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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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but they alfo infifted on receiving pardon and abfb-hition from all crimes and fie. * Every article was fulfilled, and the money paid-: they gave up the town of St. Efprit, quitted the ter-ritory of Avignon, and marched away with the marquis of Montferrat. King John and his whole kingdom were much xefoiced, when they found themfelves delivered from thefe people j but many of them returned back into Burgundy : fir Seguin de Batefol, who kept h» garrifon at Ance, would not furrender it for any treaty or promife they made him : however, France was, in many places, more at peace than it had been. When the greater part of thefe companies had quitted the country, and had marched with the marquis de Montferrat into Piedmont, the marquis managed hie affairs well againft the lords of Milan. He conquered many towns, caftles arid forts, and gained much territory from them. He had alfo many flrirmifhes and attacks, which turned out to his profit as well as honor ; and thefe companies, within the year, gave him a fuperiority in the war, • and were in a great meafure the caufe that die lords Galeas and Bernabo Yifconti#, who were fove- reigns • In the year 1354. Matthew ILf Bernabo and Galeas IL, mi three font of Stephen Vtfconti, brother of John, fucceeded their uncle in the ftatt of Milan, and divided it into equal portions, except Milan and Genoa, which the two laft individually held. Matthew dying without male children, the 26th September j 355, his two brothers inherited hif " portion. 9*


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