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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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he Ihould infallibly be punilhed.* Upon this, the court broke up*. The Ë2d of March, a knight-banneret of the low inarches, called fir Reginald de Prefligny, lord of Marans near là Rochelle, was drawn and hanged on a gibbet, by orders of the parliament and many 6f the great council of the king. On the 4th of Auguft 1354, the king of France was reconciled to the earl of Harcourt and the lord Lewis his brother, who were, as it was then faid, to reveal to him many things of confequence, efpecially all that related to the death of the con-ftable. • In the following month of September, the car-dinal de Boulogne, fet out from Paris to go to Avignon, and, it was commonly reported, not in the good graces of the king: howbeit, during the fpace of a year that he harj remained in France, he had lived as well with the king as any other courtier. About this time, lord Robert de Lorris, cham-berlain to the king of France, fuddenly quitted the kingdom* ~ It was faid, that, had he been taken, he would have fuffered, for having revealed to the king of Navarre the fecrets of the king of France, ~ * The caufe'of .the murder of Charles d'Efpagne, conftable of France, by Charles le Mauvais, was the opposition the conftable made to the pretentions of the king of Navarre to the counties of Champagne, Brie, and to the duchy of Burgundy«-«-See Ferrera'* Uift. Qf Spain, vol. v. pp. 276, 277. 2 • m 278


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