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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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dffinomted, m did fir Wtij his fm, and all tan fiobie* who accompanied Mm. The duper was grandly magnificent, aid the table» wel covered ï lit 1 can never tell how warmly the king of Franco was received cm hit return to his kingdom, by ai forts of people, for he was much wifhed for. They made him rich gifts and prefents, and the prelate* and barons of the realm feafted and entertained him; as became his condition ; and the king gave them a moft gracious reception. Soon after king John was returned to France, the commiffioners appointed by the king of England croffed the fea, to take poffeffion of the lands, coun-tries, counties, bailiwicks, cities, towns and caftles, that were to be given up to hkn, according to the articles of the peace. But this was not fo foon accora* pliflied ; for many of the nobles in Languedoc at firft abfolutely refufed to obey them, or to furrender themfelves to the king of England, though the king of France had acquitted them of their fidelity and homage to him ; for they thought it highly contrary and adverfe to their intérêts to be obliged to obey the Englifh. The count de la Marche, the count de Perigord, the count de Comminges, the vifcount de Châtillon, the vifcount de Carmaing, the lord of Pincornet, in* particular, with many the fcite which the College Mazarine and the hôtel de Conti now oceupy. This hôtel mull be diftmguifhed from another hôtel de Nolle, which was built at the fame time. This fécond hôtel de Hefle was fituated on the fpot whore the hotel de Soiffons was built, and which was demolished 1747. % F 3 others


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