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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
page 266



Paris with foôtà men at arma* but that thrmain body, should remain • near the city, to keep the Farifian? lit awe. The lord fie Coucy and the marshal de San-Pierre were ordered to take the gates off the hinges from the principal gates of St. Denis and Si Marefel .içitoiediat^Iy.on thç Ring's entrance into Plum* fo fih^t the gates might be open day and nightifor T(he..t»ea" #apn& to entjeç the*more eafily, and IFOAFTER. the Parifiaps should there be any ntfcJefsity.for it* They a^fo cora#}andeçl the chaise ithiiâk wefe tbçqwa *£rofe the ftreets to be token $Way, that the ; cay airy nuight j*ft thftt?ghthe ftreets without dagger or opjiofitjoiL ThefieT'ondon; wete punctually obeyed, . Th^ kiogl^de hfâ eqtraoc* kito.I^MRU pad lodged at the Louvre, and his unçles witfe him: thd tfther Ipnfe #ent to their own hotels^ ^ltaft theft p#ff#ffect any. The gates were tefeei toff the iifoges» and the heaps which.ba^L feetp laid under; the tower of the gates, with the chains frofli tfefc ftrcctyr-w«?e carried to the palace. • \, The Pwtftans, feeing this, were in gyeaf alan», *ivd fo fearfel of being' punished; th^nçj$e/dared *ô ftotire tttf of doors, mor^o ope^ a window ; they remained in this fituation for tjtarçq days; greaf fright:Jteft they ?ho#ci receive wre bprrn iftm they had dope. It coft them fevçrgj IPFFC flunk? for ttMfe n?hopt they wished to inarto* wW fast fer oft* 3t Sftime, % the council ch*H*tefc lurfaepflieyiWfrf'fiâedi fame jfc thoufa&d,.«^srs three, #toc*p,tft€^ ft that thejr expfited from the CITY «52


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