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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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Almaury de Mentent, and many other noblemen of Normandy. Shortly after, the king of Navarre went to Mantes : he had before fent many letters fealed, to different towns in the kingdom, to inform them that bp had put to death the conftable, for various evil deeds which the conftable had done againft him. He fent the earl of Meaux to the king of France at Paris, on the fame fubjeét. The king difpatched to the king of Navarre at Mantes, the cardinal de Boulogne, the biftiop of Laon, the duke de Bourbon, the earl of Vendôme, and others, who entered into a treaty with the king of Navarre: forafmuch as he had married the king's fifter, the mere pardon of the king for thif crime would not fatisfy him ; but he required of the king, bis lord, many other thiàgs. Every one in France imagined that a war was unavoidable, between the two kings ; for the king of Navarre had made many alliances, • collected troops in different places, and had victualled and fortified his towns and cailles. At laft, however, after many treaties, there was one agreed to, of which the following, are fome of the principal points. The king of France was to give the king of Na-varre thirty-eighty thoufand livres tournois, on ac-count of an annuity which the king of Navarre received from the treafury of Paris, in lieu of lands which, according to an agreement made between their royal predeceflbrs, were to be affigned to him, for the county of Champagne, as well as on ac-count of his marriage with the king of France's daughter,


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