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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2
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arid fome others. His body was buried inr the Auk guftins at Paris, within the walls of thfe mouaftery, by permiffion of the king^ out of refpeft to the friends of the conftable.* • ' In the month of the enfuing January, Charles of Sp^in, to whom the king had given the earldom of • Angoulême, was appointed by him conftable of France. . . - The lord Guy de Nefle, marftial of France, had an engagement, on the lft of April, in Saintooge, with the Englilh and Gafcons : the army of the marlhal was defeated : he himfelf was taken pri-foner, with his brother the lord William, lord Ar-nold d'Andreghen, and many others. { - On Palm Sunday, which was the 10th of April 1351, Giles Rigault de Rouffy, who was abbot of * ' Be Bob Regis Francice Johannis, &c. , Corner de Ewe, conftabularius Francise, qui in conlflîâti inter Anglicos & Normanos, anno Domini millefimo. cccmo. XLVito. apud Cadamuni habito, captus fuit, & tunc miffus in Anglian, per in. annos & amplius ibidem remanferat fub carcerali cuftodia mancipatus, circiter feûum Saudi Michaëlis, anno Domini mille-fimo. cccmo. Limo. licenciatus per regem Anglorum loca fua in partibus Franciae vifitare, Parifios venH ad novum Francise regem Johannem, utique ftatura magnum & difcretum, minus tamen gra-# ciofum, 4 famapublica referente libidine plenum, ab uxore propria divertentem, fornicariifque tam fecularibus quam religious eciam incefWfe turpiter adhaerentem, à paucis fuis magnatibus vel plebeis diie&um. Tunc idem rex, fe amicum ipiius comitis limutans, & pacifice fibi loquens, cbnvivavit eundem. Sed ftatim node fequenti, miflb fpiculatore cum quibufdam fateilitibus ad hofpicium diâi comitis, ipfum comitem fecit fubito decollari.— AVESBURY, p. 187. . , • St, ^269


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