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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
page 118



fought well and valoroufly for a length of time, the? king of France appealed tbep, ?md made up their quarrel. The two kings remained the whole Lent at A**g* non, or thereabout. They often vifited the pope» who received them with joy. During thefe frequent vifits, the king of Cyprus remonftrated wkh the pope, the king of France and the cardinals pre* fent, how noble and praife-worthy a thing it would be for Chriftendom, to open a holy paffege beyond f§a, and to fall upon t^e enemies of the true fjuth. The king of France ljffened eagerly to this difcourfe, and propofed that for himfelf he would willingly undertake fuch an enterprife, if he fliould live three years only, for two reafons : one w^s, * that kinjg Philip his father h^d formerly m^de 3, vpw fo dp the feme ; the other was to drçw out of his Mng4pn| all thofe men at arms, called free companions, who pillaged and robbed hp fubje&s withopt any iha-dow of right, and to lave their huh. T^efe rea^ fpns, howeyer, the Ippg of France kept to himfelf without mentioning them to $ny ofle, pnti} holy f ricjay, when the pope preached h km chapel b% fore the kings of France and Cyprus, a$d the coU lege of cardinals. After the fermon, which wp very humble and devout, the king of France, through Ms great de* Votion, put on the crofs, and requefted the pope, with great fweetnefs, to confirm it to him. The pope immediately an4 benignandy complied with fiis requeftj and crpffed m like manner the lor4 Tftleyrand cardinal de Perigord* the lord John : • • ' • . d'Artois, 104


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