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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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France : mi the Englifh departed from Marche-noir, taking the road to Vendôme j but before . they arrived there, they quartered themfelvcs in , the foreft of. Coulombiers. CHAP. XXXIX. * KING CHARLES OF FRANCE IS TAKEN ILL HIS LAST WORDS ON HIS DEATH-BED. \TOU have heard what fecret intrigues the king * of France was carrying on with the principal towns in Brittany, to prevent them from admitting the Englifh, menacing thofe who fhould do fo that they fhould never be forgiven. The inhabitants of Nantes fent him word not to be alarmed ; for they would never confent to admit them, whatever treaties had been entered into with their lord : but they were defirous, if the Englifh fhould approach, that forne men at arms might be fent, to defend the town and the inhabitants againft their enemies. * The king of France was well inclined to this, - and charged his council to fee it executed. The main fpring of all thefe ' treaties was fir John de Bueil, on the part of the duke of Anjou, who re-sided at Angers. • The duke of Burgundy was quartered in the city of Mans, and in that country. Other lords, fuch as the duke of Bourbpn, the count de Bar, the lord dc Coucy, the count d'Eu, the du^c of Lorraine, were in the neighbouring CAFLLES 216


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