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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
page 249



fSS . with gciM brocade* The whole day paged m ce-fcoKMÊcs. On the morrow, many of the great ba^ ions took leave of the king and Hi mucks, and re-turned to their own country* . The king wept that day to dinner at the abbey of St.Thierry, two leagues from Rheims; (or thofe monks are bound to give him this entertainment, and the city of Rennes to provide for die corona-tion of the king. Thus ended this noble feaft. He returned to Paris, where he was grandly fçafted by the Parifians at his entrance. After all thefe ceremonies, entertainments and honours, " there were great councils holden on the prefent and future adminift ration of the kingdom. It was fctded that the duke of Berry fhould have the government of Languedoc s the duke of Bur-gundy, Picardy and Normandy % and that the duke of Anjou fhould remain near the king's pejfon, and have, in fa&, the1 whole government of the realm. The count dc St. Pol was recalled, who had been banifhed from the favour of the late king Charles. He was indebted for this grace tq Winceflaus duke of Brabant, and to the duke of Anjou, in whqfc affedion the count de St. Pol was. He immediately left Han fur Heure, fituated in the bifhoprick of Liege, where he had remained a long time, and returned to France, leaving his lady in the caftie of Bouhaing. All the confiscations were taken off his eftates, which reverted to hi*,profit. We will fay no more on thefe fubjeôs, but re-turn to the affairs of Brittany and the earl of 'Buckingham. TWO


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