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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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in the like manner as the Harcourte had done the king of France. - ' . .. : The king of Navarre, in the month of November,' fet out from Normandy, and paffed through divers places, amufing himfelf until he came to 'Avignon, and from thence went to Navarre. And in this month the arehbifhop of Rouen, chancellor of France, and the duke of Bourbon fet off for Avig-non ; as did -the duke of Lancafter, and others of* the Englifh, in order to hold a conference touching a peace between the two kings. This fame month the king of France left Paris, and went into Normandy as far as Caen. He took pofleffion of all the lands belonging to the king of Navarre, and appointed new officers and garrifon* in all the cailles belonging to him, except fix, vis». Evreux, Pont-au-demer, Cherbourg, Gavrey*/ Avranchesf, MortainJ, which were garrifoned by men from Navarre, who would not furrender them-felves, but anfwered thofe fent to them from the king of France, that they would not give them up fave to their lord, the king of Nevarre, who had put them under their guard. - In the month of January, the lord Robert de Lorris returned to Paris, by a paflport from the king, where he remained a fortnight without having permiffion to fee him ; and, when he was admitted to his prefence, he was not fully reconciled : he * A marketoôwn in Normandy, four leagues from Coûtantes. f A town iu Normandy,—a bifliop's fee. I A town in Normandy,-«-diocefe of Avranchea. T4 • . therg-


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