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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 376



CHAP pqcY. THE KING OF NAVARRE SENDS AMBASSADORS TO FRANCE, IN HOPES OF REGAINING POS-SESSION OF HIS CHILDREN.—TWO OF HIS PEOPLE ARE CONVICTED OF HAVING AT-TEMPTS TO POISON THE KING OF FRANCK* T70U have before heard, th^t after the death * of the queen of Navarre, fifter to the king of France* there were many perfons who, from love to one and hatred to the other, had declared that the inheritance of the children of the king of Navarre, which had fatten to them on their mo-. thcr's deceafe, was legally their due; and that the king of France, thpr uncle by the .mother'* fide," had a right to the guardianship of then, and the management, in their name, of ail the lands which the king of Navarre held in Nor-mandy, until his nephews fhpuld be of age*. The king of Navarre was fufpiciotis qf fbnte-thing, being propofed like to the above, for he was well acquainted with the laws and cuftoms of Francei. .He therefore determined to fend the bifhop of Panipeluna and fir Martin de le * Denys Sauvage fays, in a marginal note, that he does not nnderftand this ; for the kings of Navarre, from father to fon, were the legal inheritors of the county of Evreux ; nor how the children could claim any right from their mother. • Carra 354


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