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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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About Ghiiftmaa, pope bmoceAt* VL departed this life : and the cardinals were in great difcord about the ele&ion of another, for each was defirou* of that honor; more particularly the cardinals of Boulogne and Perigord, who were the greateft in the college. Their diffentions kept the conclave i bag time fent up, . The conclave had ordered and arranged ewry thing according to the defires of the two before mentioned cardinals, but ki fuch a man* aer that nekhef of them could fucceed to the pa-psref % upon which they both agreed,: that none of tier brethren ftiould wear the papal crown, and tleiiM lie abbêi de St. Viaor • of MarfeiHes, whé WHS * Since hk (the king's) return from London, he made éiiïy one journey to the court of Avignon, where he did not arrive natif after the death of Innocent VÎ.' This opinion will Hot agree With What Frotflart fays of the entertainments •ad feafts he received from the pope. John mud have made two journeys, at a (hort difiance one from the other. The contrary* however, is proved by the letters of this king, pre-served in the fourth volume des Ordonnances. Froiflart wii have, without doubt, confounded this journey With the out aside before his imprifonment. fft/i. de France, ml v. p. 270* ûùtt. In the Grands Chroniques de St. Denis, vol. ii. feuillrf, É73. ' In the month of Auguft 1562* the king of France fet out to vifit the pope, Innocent, at Avignon, who Wat then alive, and tiki fame year, the ltd December.- he ikd.9 * King John entered Avignon St. Catherine'* day, tit aid November. Pope Urban received him very honorably in confiftory, and retained him to dnmer.' There mud be fome miffcake in thefe dates. * Abbot de St. Vidor. Urban V. William Grimoâld, abbot de St. Germain d'Auxerre, then abbot of St. Viclot ¥#k.III. H 'à* to


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