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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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'if© : ^ The king of Prance had ' Mm interred ; ' and a folemn (ervice was performed, which wis attended by the barons, prelates and néèles of France. • * * " Ehgland Was thus bfing her great captains ; for, lit éhi^ftme year, thé lord de Spencer, I great béùiéfer of Ehghnd, feed. - He left iffue by his •'ladyi1 t^dadjttttr thé 4té fir BartholoiBCiir V&gr&ff}} ^lbn art^^dsughters.: • -t" Soon after the death of that gallant knight the rc%ial 8e Btidi, the qffcea Of France Uns brought : \è !bëd; of'a daughter, who was named «Catherine ; •iricf/ whilftih ckildbêdjf the c(uéen was feized with !m ifeièÉ-ihit tmâi tor 4Mb;' Diit'-ttniabk qortnWibdaughter of tie Valiant duke of Bourbon, ^aid^tlîlÂé feanié tf.-iBitefei*:- Her oblequies i^er^perftd-med % tfcîe abfeeylofSt. Dente* where ihe ' was buried with great fole&inity, to which weft ttivited'all the tiobles and prelates of Fnttxft in the iid^ii^Etosd of Fitii^ :% • - CHAP.LXI, Tfif WAR RECOMMENCES BETWEEN TH.E KING Of ^ JRJUICE. AND THE KINO OF NAVARRE. THE SIEGE OF CHERBOURG.«—^THE DUKE OF'LAN-CASTER INtADES BRITTANY. THE CASTLE- * ; 0*~AtntAY SOTtRENDEItS TO THE F*E"NÇH. * ^ • ^MCE the ptace made at Vernon between the ^ kings of France and Navarre, as has been be-. . fore . related, and fintc the king of Navarre had 7 ' - left


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