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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
page 55



This news pleafed greatly the king and his Council, who, being deiirous of properly equip-ping the young count de Valois, refolved to return to France, faying they had done enough for this feafon. The king fet out from Artavelle the 12th day of September, and diibanded all his men at £rms, when each returned to his home. The men of Ghent were much delighted at this eveqt. 1fhe. king went to Cray *. where the queen refided ; for, when he left Amiens to go to glanders, (he was fent thither to hold her court. I know not how many days he faid there with her ; but, when they left it, the king came to Paris, find the queen went to Vincennes, where (he re-fided a while, for they were b'ufily employed in the equipment of the young count, as they were anxious he fl)ould have furniture and attendants lettable to his rank as king of Hungary ; but fhings in a fhort tinye turned out differently in Hungary? as you (hall hear f. " The * Cray. Q. If not Craonne, which is a town in Picardy. t There mutt he fome miftake, or perhaps Froiflart was mifinformed, for I cannot find any mention of the crown of Hungary being offered to the count de Valois. Underneath » all that is faid of the matter in the ' Art de Verifier lea Pates/ Mary, jumamed King Mary.—Mary, daughter of Charles the great, was crowned in Albe Royale, or Stul Weiflem-bourg, in the year 1382, under the name of King Mary. Aa lie was too young to govern the kingdom, the regency waa given to her mother queen Elizabeth. Nicholas de Gara having 45


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