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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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tides-, celles and luge towns in that duchy. After he had vifited that whole country, he returned to Paris. He brought with him the archprieft, who ap* peafed the anger of the king, which he had incurred by not fighting at the battle of Cocherel, by the fair reafons he gave for not bearing artns againft the captai *• The captai had been brought a prifonef to Paris, and, through the intefceflion of the lord d'Albret, obtained his liberty on his parole. Hé àlfo affifted the archprieft to excufe himfelf towards ^the king, as well as towards the French knights who had talked Very fcurvily of him, notwith-ftandkg he had overthrown lately, in a part of Burgundy, beyond Dijon, four hundred pillagers ; over whom Guillçt du Pin, Taillebert, Taillebour* don and John de Chaufour were captains. About this time, the king of France ordered fir Peter de Sequainville to be beheaded in the city of Rouen, for having taken the part of the Navarrois* Sir William de Graville would have undergone the lame punifhment, if his fon, fir Guy, had not fignified to the king of France, that whatever treatment his • The archprieft, according to the life of Charles V. by the abbé de Choify, had oftentimes changed fides : fome-times for the king of France, but oftefier for the king of NaVarre, becaofe there was more licence allowed the foldicrs of his army. After the peace, he pillaged various pro* vinces of France. In his retreat from the emperor Charles IV. near Macon in Burgundy* he was afTaflinated by his own men. His death gave great joy to the people, whom he had robbed for ten years fucceffively.~//^w7*/* Charles P. p, 88. Vol. 111. 1 M father i6i


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