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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
page 291



in *' The king of Frarïce fent the lord de-Coùçyto attend the negotiations carrying on ait Bruges j[ which continued all the winter. None of the gifeat lords. were there, except the dûke of Brittany, who had (laid with his coufin the count' of Flan-, ders I hut he entered very little into the bufinefs. " • ' •* " CHAP." LVf lf - JUCHARD, SON OF THE PRÎNCE OF WALES, IS ACKNOWLEDGED' AS PRESUMPTIVE HEIR TO* THE CROWN OF ENGLAND.—THE NEGOTIÀ-f TIONS FOR PEACE HAVING FAILED, AND THE TRUCES EXPIRED, THE WAJt IS RENEWED BE- • TWEEN TfcB FRENCH AND ÇNGLISH. " , •A FTER the fcaft- of Michaelmas, when -the #^ funeral of the prince had been performecî; in a manner fuitable to his birth and merit, the king of England caufed the youhg prince Richard to be acknowledged as his fuccefibr to the crown, after his deceafe, by all his children, the lukc of Lancafter, the carl of Cambridge, ' the lord Thomas hist yoiingeft- fon, as well. as by* all the tarons, carls, prelates and -knights of England: He made them folemnly fwear. to obferve this'! and or* ChrUfcmas^y.he/had him feate^ next to himfelfj 'above all bis children, in royal ftate, that


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