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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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of frenthïevre, with the lands attached to it ; which lands were fuppofed worth about twenty thouïand francs a-year, or if not, that fum was to be made up to her. - The earl of Montfort engaged to go to France, whenever he fhould bé fummoned, to do homage to the king of France and acknowledge that he held the duehy of him* Charterfe and pub-licly fealed ihftruments iarere drawn up of all thefe articles. Thus had the earl of Montfort poffeffion of Brittany : he remained duke of it for a time, until new wars began, as you fhall hear in the fol-lowing hiftory. . Among thefe articles, k was ftipulated, that tire , lord de CKffon fhould repoffefs thofe lands which king Philip had formerly taken from his family. This lord de Cliffon gained the confidence of the king of France, who did whatever he wifhed, and without him nothing was done. The whole country of Brittany was* full of joy upon the conclufion of a peace. . The duke receiv-ed homages from cities, towns, caftles,. prelates, and gentl men. Soon afterwards, the duke married * the daugh-ter of her royat highnefs' the princefs of Wales, which fhe had borne to her former hufband, the lord Thomas " Holland. The nuptials were cele-brated with great pomp and magnificence, in the •good city of Nantes.' It alfo happened this winter, that queen Janë, • Johanna of Holland, daughter of Thomas earl of Kent, —married 1366—died, without iffuç, i$86\—ANDERSON** - ' aunt


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