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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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p9 CHAP. CLIV. tat KING OF FRANCE ARRESTS THË fcïNG Of NAVARRE, AND ORDERS THE EARL OF HAR-» COURT AND OTHERS TO BE BEHEADED AT ROUEN* ^HE king of France3 on Tuefdny the Sth of April, which was the Tucfday after midlent Sunday, fet out early completely armed, from Mainville*, attended by about one hundred lances. There were with him his fon the earl of Anjou, his brother the duke of Orleans, the lord John d'Artois, earl of Eu, the lord Charles his brother, coufin-germans to the king, the earl of Tancarville^ fir Arnold d'Andreghen, marfhal of France, and many other barons and knights. - • They, rode ftraight for the caftle of Rouen, by a back way, without paffing through the townj and on entering found, in the hall of the caftle, Charles duke of Normandy, Charles king of Navarre, John earl of Harcourt, the lords de Preaux, de Clerc, de Gfaville, and fome others feated at dinner* The king immediately ordered them all, except the dau-phin, to be arrefted, as alfo fir William and fir Louis de Harcourt, brothers to the earl, the lord ' Fricquet de Friquart, the lord de Tournebeu, the lord Manbué de Mamefnars, two fquires called * Mainville,—« market town in Vexin Normandy, in the eleâion Of Gifors. VOL. Ill 17 . . Oliver


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