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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.4

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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.4
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fi bufinçfs in fuel a magne* émt tfcey informed the king of France ht had mi mf rrâfoo &r waging war againft his brother-ifi-law the king of Navarre. They added, that for the prefent he had cowjgh t» his h»di with Ms wmr with Eng^ land* and that 'he hid better keVe things as they fhco were, left greater cris might atife* far, if the king »f Navarre Ibopld coofeftt tti admit the Efsg»-ilh wto -his for» in Couttntin, they would harrafe the country of Ncfrcnandy raoft grkvoufly, wMcfe was à thing to be weH coniidered and attended !» Upon receiving this information and advice, the king of France confented to a peace. He went to the town of Rouen* where all the trea-ties were drawn up and confirmed. The arch-bilhop of Rouen, the count d'Alençon, the count de Sallebruche, fir William des Dormans * and fir Robert Lorris waited on the king of Kavarre, whom they/ound at Vernon. He made for therfc grand dinner* and magnificent feafts j after which they tronduded him to the king of France at Rouen, when thefe treaties and alliances were again rçad, fworo to* confirmed and fealett It feems that the king of NaVarre, by the articles -of this peace was to renounce whatever engagement» he may have entered into with the king of Eng-land,, and that he himfeH, on his return to Na-varre, was to declare war againft htm. For greater lccurity of the affection between hirn an$i (he Jkiag T * " ~ "IT" J » " " • -~~, " ~ » — • Sir VftUtam dés ftoffiuib~wat chancellor of Fxance. F 4 *f


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