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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 368



géra» m the king of France. Upon her death, difpufes arofe among tic lawyers of the county of Evreux m Normandy : they laid, that that county jwas, by rightful fucceffion from^the mother, de-volved to the children of the king of Navarre, who were fèparated from him, under age,'and in the guapdianfhip of king Charles their uncle-King Charles of Navarre was fo much fuf^eâaed. of having caufed, in former rimes, many -ills to France, that he was not thought worthy of pof-feffing any inheritance in that kingdom under the name of his children* The conftable of France, therefore, returned from Aquitaine, where he had been a confiderable time with the duke of Anjou, and brought with him the lord of Mucident, that he might fee the king and become acquainted with him* The conftable was received by the king with great joy, as was the lord de Mucident on his ac-count. There were many fecret councils and conver-farions between the king and conftable, which were not immediately made public, refpe&ing the fituation of France. and Navarre. We will fhortly return to this bufinefs ; but, in order to chronicle juftly.all the events which at this period happened in the world, I will relate to you the beginning of dut grand Xchifoi which defolated the church, by which all .Chriftendom was fbaken, and from which many evils were engendered and fpread abroad. 356 CHAP.


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