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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 133



t!0 biore to fey, fince his majefty had thus ordered an2L fettled it. He again appointed his fon, the duke of Nor* inandy, regent of France, during his ^bfence. He promifed his youngeft fon, the lord Philip, that on his return from the journey he was about to make % he would create him duke of Burgundy, and that he fhould inherit the lands of that duchy. When all things were prepared according to his orders, and his purveyances fent to Boulogne, he departed from the city of Amiens, and, having be-gun Ms journey, continued it until he came to Hefdin, where he remained to pafs his Chriftmas.—* The earl Louis of Flanders, who was much at-, tached to him, cahie there to vifit his majefty ; and they continued together about three or four days* On Innocent's day, he left Hefdin, rode forward* to Boulogne, where he took up his quarters in the abbey, and remained there until he had a favorable wind. He was accompanied, when he CrofTed the fea, by the following nobles of his realm, the lord John d'Artois, the earl of Eu, the earl of Dampmartin, the grand prior of France, the lord Boucicaut mar- * That oa his return* &c. King John's paffport is in Ryroer. dated ioth December 1363. There is alfo in that excellent collection, the patent of the creation of Philip duke of Burgundy, which is dated Germigny fur Marne, 6th September, 1363 — CAETE, vol. ii. There are two Germigny s, Germigny l'Eve que and Germigny fous Coulome, villages of Brie, io.the diocefe and tle&ion of Mcanr. . . 14 flial


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