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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.5

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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.5
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that our territories fhould not be without heirs. The king of France attended to my propofak, for which I thank him, and* fent me his coufin Robert d'Artois,. whom I married to my daughter. f Holy father, my hufband, the king of Majorca, died during his expedition : I then married the lord Otho of Brunfwick. The lord Charles Du-razzo, feeing that the lord Otho would enjoy my inheritance during my life, made war upon us, and took us prifonérs in the Caftle del Ovo, when the fea was fo high that it feemed to cover us. We were all fo much frightened that we furrendered ourfelves, on our lives' being fpared. The lord Charles detained in prifon my hufband, myfelf, my daughter and her hufband fo long that the two laft died. We gained our liberty afterwards by a treaty, which gave up to him la Puglia and Calabria * and he now looks to inherit Naples, Sicily and Pro-vence § for which reafon he feeks alliances every where, and will fet afidc the rights of the church as foon as I fhàll be dcad^ or at leaft hç will do every thing in his power to accomplifh it. c ^hcj-cfQ,.^ hply father, as I wifh to acquit my-felf towards God, you, and the fouls of my prede* ceflbrs, I now place in your hands aft the territories which belong to me, of Sicily, Naples, la Puglia, Calabria and Provence, and give them up to you to difpofe of to whomfoever fhall be to you the moft agreeable, and who fhall be able to conquer t^cm from our enemy Charles Durazzo/ Pope Clement heard this fpecch with pieafure, and received the gift in great reverence, replying, 'My 8.9


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