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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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367 i ^ in England, of two thousand mtn at arms, who were embarked, but without any horfes, of which the duke of Lancafter and earl of Cambridge were the commanders. The Normans, hearing of it, had informed the king of France that this expedition was certainly intended for the coafts of Normandy, but they could not fay whither it had failed. Others fup- ' pofcd it to have been undertaken' by the advice of the. king of Navarre, who meant.to deliver up to the Englifh his strong places in Normandy/ The king/of France was alfo told, that he muft haffën Impréparations/ if he wifhed to be matter of thefe caftles, and that it had been too long de-layed / fdr, if-the Englifh fhould once gain thçm, they* would be enabled to hafafs-France very much, and they could not obtain a, more convenient en-trance into the kingdom than by being pofleflbrs of the towns and caftles of the king of Navarre. • Two fècretaries of the king of Navarre were arretted in France, a lawyer and a fquire : the name of the firft was Peter, du Tertre,- and the "either J amis ' de RM : they Were concluded WParis • far examination, and wcreToùnd fb' intimately con-nected wkh- the'king 'of-'Navarre's intentions of poifoning the king of France that they wefe con-( demned to death, and Were executed and quartered at Paris accordingly. • CHAP.


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