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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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them of the death of the duke of Anjou at a caftle near Naples*. The lord de Coucy, on hearing this, advanc-ed no further, feeing that the expedition was at an end ; but the lord de Converiano continued his march, for he had many things to fètflç in his own country, in la Puglia and in Converfano. This intelligence was foon known in France to the king and his uncles, who fupported the death of the king of Sicily as well as they could. When madame d'Anjou, who refided at An-gers, heard of the death of her lord, you may imagine flie was greatly afflicted. The count Guy de Blois her coufin-german, who lived at Blois, on receiving the news, fet out with all his equipage tov vifit her at Angers, where he re-mained aconfiderable time comforting.and ad-vifing het to the beft of his abilities. From thence the queen came to France (for (he ftiled herfelf queen of Naples, Sicily, la Puglia, Calabria and Jerufalem) to wait on the king and the dukes of Berry and Burgundy, to " have their advice arid comfort: fhe was accom-panied by het two fons, Louis and Charles. The lady was advifed by the nobles of her blood, to go to Avignon, and entreat of the pope that flie might have pèffeffion of Provence, which is a territory dependant on Sicily. The queen * He died at Bifélia, near Bari, the 30th or 21È Sep-tember 1884,—Art de Verifier les Dates. The authors of the Nouvelle Dictionnaire Hiftorique, by miftake, hare PLACED his death at Paris, but with the fame 4ate? approved 867 • -


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