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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 292



ie might fcç tea and declared hearts to be kijilg iif England after his death* * ~ The lorfJoliaÇobhiiii, tie fcîiifep ol Heiffei and the dem of London were at du. tinte fent toi Bruges cm the part of die Epglii. The French lad fent thither the count de Sakxbourg, the kwt de Châtillon and mafter Philibert TEfpiote, Thç prelates, ambaflkdors from the pope, had ftill remained there, and continued the negotiations for peace. They treated of 4 awnaf^t bftwcçn the young fon of the prince and the lapy Mary, daughter of tfc king of France : • after Which the negotiator* of each party feparated and reposed what they had done fo their refpe&ive kings* ' About Shroyctide, a fecret treaty was formed between the two ÏMfp for their ambafladors m meet at Monttfeul fur raer* and the king of Eng-land lent to Calais fir Guifcard d'Angle, fir Mkh&d Stwey *id Gftoftfjr Çhaûcef. 'On the part of (he pfcnch wferci, the lords dc Coucy and de la Rivière?» fie ficklas Bragues and Nicholas ^racier. They for * Joog time difcufl^d the &b«r p£k -#f the ^bciw marriage; m4 the flench^ as I was informed, made fome offers* but the others demanded - different tefcms, or tefufed tmuing, Theffe lords returned therefore, with th*ifr «caries* to their fl*ereigm* *^thç tniçeffwwprotog^ to the firft *£ -May,. The eari of Satffhny, tie Whop of ft, Iliivllm filiiciicif if England, and the bUhoptf «ercfoid, . • retume4 §§0


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