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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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profitable that thefe warriors mi pillagers ftoulA retire into the duchy of Brittany, which is one of theiicheft and heft foraging countries in the world, than that they fhould come to England, whkh might be pillaged and robbed by them. This confideration made the Englifh fhortly break op the conference refpe£tisg Brittany. It was a pity, and ill done that it fo happened *y for, if the two kings had been in earned, peace would have feeen eftablifhed, by the advice of their counfellors, between the parties, and each would have held what fhould have been given him. Sir Charles de Blob would have recovered his children, who were prifoners in England, and probably have Bmd longer than he did* As nothing u#ai done at this conference, the wars in Nottfcandy wwe morebititerly curfed on than beforr tfte pèâcë we have jutt fpoken of (aa you wHi hear in the corf* tfctuanee of this hiftory), and even between the1 knights and barons of Brittany who had fepportedf deferent incerefts. The duke of Laneaftêr (who was a vaEarit and dHcreet knight, full of devices, and who too flhrcttîgïy* loved the count de Montfort and his advancement)1 fheitiddieflerf himfelf to' tfc kkg of fonce, ïtf the prefence of the king of England and the* greater p«fc of the cotmfelîbrs; # Sire, the trace* Of BHt-tlttf9 whfeh wtt-r made aa'd agreed1 to btritore Itafrr pe*, wftl not expire before the firft of tha enGting* «witfrofMay: then, or wMtitf-tfortiffle, ife'kht^ «pr £#r#wî! ffffld, tff tie- adriorof hfif clîttlicîf,, pttftofts-frroitMm-, andfrotn hirfoï*-m4awf tfie yom^ duke. 6s


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