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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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heritance), that all thofe free companies, whu at prefent were overrunning the country, might be prevented from doing further mifchief. The duke replied, that he would very willingly comply with his requeft, if he had the means to carry it into execution; but that it more properly belonged to thofe who had raifed and received the impofls, due to the realm, to perform it. I cannot pretend to fay how it happened, but words increafed fo much and with fuch warmth that at laft three of the principal counsellors of the duke were flain, and fo near to h in* that their blood flew xver his robe : he himfelf was in very great danger, but they had put one of their caps on his head, and hé confented to pardon the death of his three knights. Two of them were knights of arms, and the other of laws. Their names were, the lord Robert de Clermont, a gallant and magnificent knight, and the lord de Conflans : the knight of laws was the lord Simon de Buci*. * Etienne Marcel was provoft of the merchants. The prefident, Henauk, only mentions Robert de Clermont, maréchal de Normandie, and Jean de Co&flans, maréchal de Champagne, as having been flain in the apartment of the regent.—Mezeray fays the fame. Simon de Buci he Hates as premier president, and «nobled 1369. This infoleuce of Marcel he puts under the year J358, and the King of Navarre's efcape from prifon 1357« CHAP. 38* .


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