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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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tiftn, in the city of London and its neighbourhood. The lords followed the chafe or hawking, accord* bg to their pleafure, and rode out as they pleafed to *ifit the ladies without any conftraint, for the king m& right cmrtmm and amiable* We will now fjpeak a little of the king of France an Ms arrival at Boulogne, after he had quitted CHAi*. OCXH. tJÔÏfcMISSÏONERfc AWOINTED ON BOTfc SIDES TO SEE THE GARRISONS IN THE KINGDOM O* *RANCE EVACUATED.—DIFFERENT BODIES O* ARMED MEN OVERRUN THE KINGDOM, AND DO MTTfcH talSCttlEF. /THE king of France did not remain long at Boulogne, but fet out foon after All-faints, and went to Montreuil and Hefdin : he continued his journey until he came to Amiens ; and wherever he paflfed he was moft magnificently and honorably received. After he had remained at ' Amiens until Chriftmas was pafled, he fet out for Paris, wfyerç he was folemnly and reverently met by all the clergy of Paris, and conduced to the palace*, where he dû". * Palace.—I believe the king of France's palace at that time was the hôtel de Neile. I find, by Villaret's hiftûry, that he was lodged there after his coronation at Rheims. This hôtel was built on tlie banks of the Seine, where the hôtel de Nevers was afterwards conftruâed, and ncmlj ig*n the 68


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