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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 340



The duke, who had before heard of Ms ill fortune, received king Henry in the handfomeft manner^ and comforted him by every means in his power. He remained with him fome time, and then fet out for Avignon, to vifit pope Urban ¥. who was about to depart for Rome, which he fhortly after-wards did, v King Henry then returned to Mont-pellier, to the duke of Anjou, when fome treaties were entered into between them. It was related to pe, by thofe who at the time thought themfèlves jpell informed of what was going on, (and there if eyery appearance from enfuing circumftances that it pais true,) that king Henry bought or borrowed of duke of Anjou, a caftle fituated near Touloufe, -ppon the borders of the principality $ which caftte pas called Roquem^ure *• ' He. * Roqu-emaurc. From all the fearches I have made, FroifErt feems to have been mifmformed as to tie caftle i'mg Henry retired to from Montpellier. ' 'Henry and the duke of Anjou went together to Avignon. On theÎF return, they entered into a treaty, as well againft don Pedro as the Englifh : but this was kept ferret. Henry then retired to ils comté de Ceffcnon, in the (Uocefe of & Pons and of Bezters. ; Being oiibefied for money, he fold this cotmty» wîçh the cafties of CciFénon, of Servian, Thcfan, &c. to the king o£ France, for the fum of 27,000 gold francs. * Henry gave a receipt for this fum, 27th July, and then, •pent with his family to rcfide at the caftle of Pierre Pertufe, ^here he had re*M on coming from Spain/ fli/l. de Langveaty* • t . ' ' This


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