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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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of the windows of the conclave, and, ^allfng out aloud to the Roman populace, faid, 1 Be appeafed, for you have a Roifata pbnfi^ Prig- nano archbiflibp of Bari.' .' . . The people unanimotifly anfwered, 1 We are faps|e4! ;r- . , ; ^ . The: archbifhop was not at this moment at Rome, but, as I believe, at Naples. .He was immediately fent for, and* being much pleafec^at tfte evefit, came direâly to Rome to fliew himfelf to the cardinals. ' / ' - : ' f T * On his 'arrival; great féafts %efe made : he was elevated, and had all the powers of the papacy* i He took the name of Urban VI. This name was 1 very gratifying to the Romans, on accoun of. Urban V. who had much loved them. • His elevation was publifhed in all the churches : in Chriftendom, and made known to the different potentates, emperors, kings, dukes and earls. Tbc cardinals wrote alfo to their friends, to in-form them that they had chofen a pope by a good and fair elc&ion, of which feveral repentea afterwards. * This pope renewed all the graces and pardons which his prfcdeceflbr had given, fo that, divers • left their own countries â&d repaired to Rome to receitfethem. * i • * ;«.•.../' . j t Wç will now for a_whjl^lcave^this^matter, and return to the princjjal pbjed of our hiftory, the affairs of France. - * " * ' * • c ~ . .-• . .c. 5 J* I i . --*v " ' * CHAP.


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