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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 174



CHAP. .CCXÏ1. Charles V. SURNAMED THE WISE, IS cRowfcEtf KING Of FRANCE.—HIS BROTHER PHILIP IS INVESTED WITH THE DUCHY OF BURGUNDY* AND SENT AGAINST THÉ FREE COMPANIES OF PILLAGERS. Trinity-day 1364, king Charles, eldeft fon of the late king John of France, was crowned and confecrated king, in the great church of our Lady at Rheims, by the afchbifhop of that city ; and with him his queen, the daughter of duke Peter of Bourbon* The king of Cyprus* the dukes of Anjou m ' and Burgundy, the lord Wenceflaus of Bohemia* duke of Luxembourg and Brabant, the earls of Eu, of Dampmartin, of Tancarville, of Vaudemont, and great numbers of other lords and prelates were pre* fent at this ceremony. There were great entertainments and feafts at Rheims, during the rime the king remained* which was five days : he then departed for Park. It would take me a long time were I to relate all the. fine Jhows and feafts the Parifians made for him at his entry. The lords after this, that is to fay, the ftrangers who had come to his coronation, returned to their own countries. When the king of France was come back to Paris, he gave the inveftiture of the duchy of Burgundy to his youngeft brother, who left Paris with a noble company, in order to take poffeffion and receive the homage of the barons, knights, cities,


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