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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
page 286



in the memory of man. Wheat was fold at Paris for eight livres parifis* the feptierf : a feptier of oats for forty fols parifis, ipd a boiffeaoj of peafit eight folsj. and other grains according to their value. In this month of Oétober, on the day of the cele-bration of the fraternity of St. Ouea, the Englifh took the town of Guignes, notwithftanding the truce : and in thi* year, the conftable of France was married to the daughter of the lord Charles of Blow. • Çfaprtes of France, dauphin of Vienne,—Louis duke of Anjov ' —John duke of Berry,—Philip duke of Touraiaer-kbg John's fons, Charles king of Navarre. Peter duke of Bourbon,—James Bourbon count de la Marche, -"•brothers. Charles de la Cejrda of Spain, earl of Angoulêrne. Arnold d'Andregben,—John de Clermont, —marftials of France. . Geoiry count de Chargny, great chamberlain of France. Charles earl of Tancarville. " WiHiarn de Brenne,' dnke of Athens, matter of the hoxfe. • Join of Artois, earl of Eu,—Charles of Artois, count de Lou- gueville,—John vifcount de Melun, fons of Robert d'Artois. .For more particulars, fee Favine's Theatre d'Honneur. . * Cotgrave fays, that a livre parifis is 2s. 6d., and that ten foil parifis is equal to one fhiUing. : f A feptier of wheat" according to Cotgrave, weighs 24© pounds. I A boifieau of wheat weighs 20 pouad* - CÉAP. 271


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