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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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king çf* francc, to any other perfon : that,-hè would not allow cither of them to leave him, but would keep them near his perfon, and form them a magnificent eftablifhmcnt, fuitable to their rank as fons of a king, and his own nephews.* This was all they coukf obtain. During the time thefe ambaffadors were in prance, Peter de Bafille and Ferrando arrived at Cherbourg with many ftores. Thefe two vifited, 4y orders of the king of Navarre, the whole county of Evreux, renewed the officers, and placed others in the different forts, according m their pleafure. The bifhop of Pampeluna and fir Martin de la Carra returned to Navarre, and related to the king, whom they met at Tudelle*, aU that had paflèd in France. The king Was not well pleafed that he could not have his children, and conceived a* violent hatred againft the king of France, which he would have fhewn if-he had had the power ; but he was incapable pf hurting that kingdom, and befides he had not-formed any alliances. .He thought it, therefçrç^ fetter to diffemble, until he fhould have greater caufe of complaint, and more real evils be done unto him. _ :.-. .. ; • The king of France and his council received in-, formation that the king of Navarre was reinforcing^ all the caftles and towns in Normandy,* which^he called his own ; and they knew not what to think of Jris^cpduâ:. # ,. J ; ; ^_ p - j$j this time there was a fecpet armament formed -—-—•—: —, lt ' • TucfcHe;^* village b-Armagnac,' diotcfe of Audi. -* in Sii


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