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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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lord de la Tour d'Auvergne, and many others, but 1 cannot name them all •• There were alfo from the good city of Paris, from Rouen, Rheims, Bourges in Berry, Tours in Ton» raine, Lyon upon the Rhône, Sens in Burgundy* Orleans, Troyes in Champagne, Amiens, Beauvais, Arras, Tournay, Caen in Normandy, St. Omer, L'Ifle, Douay, from each city two or four butw geiTes, who all croiTed the fea, and ihortly arrived in London f. The king of England commanded all his officers, under pain of incurring his difpleafure, to behave courteoufly to all thefe lords and their attendants, and to preferve peace between them and his fub-je£tsf as they were under his fpecial care. The king's orders were ftri&ly obeyed in every refpeô ; and the hoftages were allowed to enjoy themfelves, without any danger or molefta- * In the fifteenth article» in Rymer, they arc mentioned m underneath : Monfieur Louis» comte d'Anjou ; M. Jean, comte de Poitiers ; le duc d'Ole, ans ; le duc de Bourbon ; le comte de Blois» ou fon frère ; le comte d'Alençon,ou M. Pierre d'Aléa-çon fon frère ; le comte de St. Pol, le comte de Harcourt ; le comte de Portien ; le comte de Valentinois ; le comte de Brème ; le comte de Vaudemont ; Je comte de Forez ; le vi-comte de Beaumont ; le fire de Couci ; le fire de Frenles ; le (ire de Preaus; le fire de St. Venant ; le fire de Gauntrines ; le dauphin d'Auvergne ; le fire de Hangeft ; le fire de Mont-morency f monfire Guillaume de Craon ; monfire Louis de Harcourt ; monfire Jean de Ligny, t Châlons, Chartres, Touîoufe» Compiegne, are men. tîoned, in addition to thofe of Froifiart, in the treaty in Rymer. F a don, 67


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