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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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2*4 had married, the lady Blanche, daughter of duke Peter de Bourbon, and coufin german to the queen of France and to the countefs of Savoy. All her relations, who are of the nobleft blood in the world, were moft exceedingly irritated by the man-ner of her death *. There was alfo a report current among the peo* pie, that king Peter had even formed an alliance with the kings of Benamarine f, Granada and Tre* meçen J, who were enemies to God, and infidels. Many were uneafy at wrongs he might do to his country, and left he fhould violate the churches ; for he had feized their revenues, and detained the priefts of holy church in prifon, where he vexed them with ail forts of tyranny. Great complaints of thefe proceedings were fent daily to the pope, entreating him to put a flop to them. Pope Urban received and attended to thefe complaints. .He fent ambaffadors to the king, don Pedro, ordering and enjoining him to come forth* wifch in perfon to the court of Rome, to purge and * She was poifoncd, by don Pedro's orders, in the caftle of Medina Sidnnia, where lie had confined her. CHOISY, Hill. Charles V.—Others fay, fnvn he i\:d between two colliioos. f Benamarine. A ben Jacob, king of Fez, fent his fon Abomelique to take poflcflinn of kinds given him by the king rf Granada, as a barrier againft Alphqnfo XL He landed with his fleet at Aigezinis 133 with ;i number of Bename-rir.e Moor?, and fer.ned a new kingdom in Spain, ftiiing him* jelf king of Algeziras and Ronda.—DUtvn's Hi ft. Peier the Cruel, vol i. p. 14. I Ti*emeç:n. By Morerî, this appears to have been a town in i\iiica» dépendant on the kingdom of Ta 1 en fin. clear


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