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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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m * My daughter of Naples, we will take fuch mea~ fuies that your territories fhall have an heir of your noble and powerful blood, and who fhall be fully able to refift all who may wifh to oppofe him/ . Public and authentic aéts were drawn up of all thefe gifts, fo that they might in future eftablifh the right, and make every thing clear to thofe who iq times to come may hear of them*. - CHAP. XIX. POPE CLEMENT GOES TO AVIGNON. HE MAKES THE DUKE OF ANJOU MAGNIFICENT PRE* SENTS.—SIR SILVESTER BUDÇS AND JfIS COM-PANIONS ARE9EHEADEP» TX7HEN the queen of Naples ^nd the lord Otho f f 0f Brunfwick had concluded with the pope, the objeft of their journey to Fondi, and had re-mained there to amufe thernfclves as long as they chofe, they took leave, and returned to Naples, Pope Clement thought it would not be for his ad-vantage to remain longer fo near Rome. Having learnt that Urban and the Romans were labouring hard to gain the love of the Neapolitans and the lord Charles Durazzo, he was alarmed left the roads to Avignon fhould be fo blocked up by fèa and land that he would hot get thither, which hè was verydefirou3 to accomplifh. * For farther neçèwits of her Iftf See Bayle's diâionsry. • What


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