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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.7

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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.7
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aefs, for fhould you bring * her back, you will never have a more bitter enemy than ' me •: and you fee, my good uncle, the dangerous fituation i am in,' -f Dear nephew, do not be alarmed \ for, if it pleafe God, fhe (hall be queef of France, and you Hand acquitted of blame, and retain the af-fections of your brother.* r They remained at Quefnoy for three weeks, during which time the duchefs, who was very able, tutored the young lady df Bavaria, as to her manners and appearance; and did not allow her to keep the clothes (he then wore, as being too plain and fimple for the Freneh fashions* but had her dreffed up and adorned as if (he had been her own child. When all had been pro* perly prepared, the duchefs and her daughter, the fiiture duchefs of Burgundy, fet out in great magnificence for Amiens, with the young lady, where the duchefs of Brabant was already ar-rived, as were the king, the duke and duchefs of Burgundy and the council. • The lord de la Riviere, fir Guy de la TrU mouille, with many barons and knights, went eut of the city of Amiens to meet the company from Hainault, whom they efcorted into town with many honours, and they vifited each other out of love and affection, • But the king could hardly clôfe his eyes that night from the defire of feeing her who was after-wards his fpoufe. ' Hé afked the lord de la Riviere When he (hould see her. This question much 1 amufed m


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