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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.3

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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.3
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CHAP. CCIX. The King of England lays the Kingdom of France under great Tribulation. - A Cordelier Friar prophecies—The Eqgliûi place an Ambufcade for thofe who fhould come out of Paris Page 33 CCX. The Form and Tenor of the Paper drawn up as Articles of the Peace • ^ which was concluded before Char- • * très, between the Kings of France and England - 43 CCXI. The Tranfaâions of the two Kings of France and England, when at Calais, refpeâing the Duchy of Brittany and fome Lands of the ; late Godfrey de Harcourt.—King John fets out from Calais and re-turns home in Freedom - 6% CCXIL Commiffioners appointed on both fides to fee the Garrifons in the King-dom of France evacuated. Different • Bodies of armed Men overrun the Kingdom, and do much Mifchief 68 CCXIII. The Lord James de Bourbon and • his Army are defeated by thefe Frecbooting Companies. — The Pope orders a Croifade to be pro-claimed, after they have taken the Pont du St. Efprit, and finds means to get rid of them - 79 CCXIV. The Deaths of the Dukes of Lan-cafter and of Burgundy, which laft caufes new Diffentions be-tween the Kings of France and Navarre.—The Prince of Wales croffes the Sea to Acquitaine _ 94 CHAP.


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