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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.6

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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.6
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nation "at ftheiras. Thfe young king and his council* Quitted Paris, and went tô rèfide *at Meaux^ih Brie. * * ' " '. ; No fooner had theiing left Paris than the in-habitants rofe, and, havingarmed themfelves, flew all who had been afliftihg in propofihg or collect-ing thefe taxes. • They broke into the prifom -and différent houfes in the town, taking what-ever they could find. They went to the palace of the bifliop of Paris, and, having broken open Jiis prifons, fet • at liberty Hugh Aubriot*, who had been governor-general of the police during king Charles's reign, and had been condemned to the dungeons for fevered bad actions which be bad. done' br contented to, many • of which were defer ving the laker to this man the mob gave liberty, which he owed folely to their in-surrection. - He immediately.'fet out from Parte» for fear ofv being retaken, and *went into * Bur-gundy, whence he came, and related tô" his friends* his * adventures. ' : The Parifians,; during their rebellion, com-milled many outages ; but fortunately it wafc not general: had it been fo, affairs would have been bad indeed/ The king' refidéd all this time at M&aux, ' attended' by his uncles of Anjou» Berry #tid Burgundy, who were xhuch Jf*1 'i'": "•' "TV ' 111 ft j'ju, ,f . • j» »i -' r i • *" :t "•' ".vi . * Hugh AubfioirTj|ad t{i§| nutoagémenf èf the finances pnder Gharle* -y. - He buUi tyt SaftUlc as a fort againft the Engliftu Meowed his difgrace and.injprifonment to the clergy, who "accufed him of herefy, Sec. : he was fhyt up' between four %iHs: but the Orieins pa^tf Imfed' him becaufe, being a Bar-Saodsan, te wiè•nixéikàtfritie duktof ^Burçundy.. - : alarmed 15


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