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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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armed themfelves, and had take* the oath*, aÂâ were mounting their fteeds, he took tbe feufinef* into hk own hands, and made up the difference Be-tween them. On the 6th day of December, pope Cjtertient VI. died, at Avignon, in the eleventh year of his pon-tificate; and, on the 11th of the following month, a cardinal from Limofin, ftiled cardinal of Oftia, but, becaufe he had been bifliop of Clermont, com-monly tailed cardinal of Clermont, was elefted pope, about the hour of ten in the morning, in hit room. He took the title of Innocent VI. though bis own proper name was fir Stephen Aubert. On the 6th day tff January 1353, foon after day-break, tbe lord Charles Navarre, earl ùt Erreux, eaufed the lord Charte» of Spain, conftable of France, to be murdered ift his bed at an inn in the town of Aigle* in Normandy, by fbme men at arms whom he lent there : be remained in a barn without the town, until they were returned trj him after the performance of this deed. It was faid ha was accompanied by the lord Philip of Navarre hit brother, the lord Lewis de Harcourt, and lord Godfrey de Harcourt his uncle, and - many other knights, as well from Navarre as from Normandy. • The king of Navarre and his compahy retreated to the city of Evreux, of which tte was lord, pro-vifioned it, and added to the fortifications. With him went the aîrove-mentioned Harcourts, the lord of Malue, John Mailer lord of Graville, the lord * Diocefe of Evreux. ^ VOL. II. • „ T Almaury 1 . ' *rs


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