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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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indignant, faying, he had fent for them and made them come to Brittany, where he had neve per-formed any one of the promifes he had fworn to ; for which reafon they pronounced him void of loyalty. * • Shortly after, the duke vifited the earl of Buck-ingham and his barons at Vannes, when he openly explained to them the treaty his people had made for him, and which it behoved him to agree toj for otherwife he fhould lofe his whole duchy I Upon this, high words pafled between'the earl and his barons with the duke ; but the duke humbled and excufed himfclf as much as ppflible, for he was confcious that he had been in Yome fort to blame. It was, however, necefTary to come to terms, in order that the Englifh mjght quit Brit-tany. The earl then gave notice to the city of Vannes, that if any of his men were indebted to the inha-bitants, they fhould come forward, when they would be paid. He gave back to the magiftrates the keys of the town, and thanked them for their attentions, to him. The earl was fupplied ' with vefTds at Vannes, Hennebon and Quimperlé, and wherever elfe they had been quartered, on paying for them : he left Vannes the eleventh day of April, in battle-array, with banners difplayed, and thus marched to the haven. The duke of Brittany, fir Alain de la Houlfaye, the lord de Montbourfier, fir Stephen Guyon, fir Wil-liam de Trefiquidi, fir Geoffry de Kerimel and others of his council, came thither : they fent to T 2 . inform 275


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