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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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pardon from the duke, as well as from his fellow-citizens at Paris. Upon this, the king of Navarre was efcorted to Paris by the lord John de Piquigny and _ others citizens of Amiens, where he was gladly feen by all forts of people : even the duke of Normandy entertained him ; for it was neceffary he fhould do fo, as the provoft and his faéiion had exhorted him to it; and the duke diflembled his own inclina-tions, to comply with thofe of the provoft and the Parifians. 0 CHAP. CLXXVIIT. THE KING OF NAVARRE MAKES A SOLEMN HA* MANGUE TO THE PARISIANS. 'YfyfHEN the king of Navarre had been fome time in Paris, he colleBed an affembly of all forts of people ; prelates, knights, and the ftudents at the univerfity. He made to them a very long and ftudied harangue in Latin. _ The duke of Nor-mandy was likewife prefent. He complained of the grievances and ills he had unjuftly fuffered, and faid, that no one could poffibly entertain a doubt but that hi* foie wilh muft be to live and die defending the realm and crown of France. • It was his duty (6 to do ; for he was defcended from it, in a direët line, both by father and mo-ther ; and by his words he gave them to under-ft.and, that if he chofe to challenge the realm and crown of Fiance for himfelf, he could ffiew that his S86


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