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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.9

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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.9
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fo ronch connected with England, I mw look for affiftance from him fhould there be op-cufipn/ $ By my faith, fair fonWi}liam, you are mad ; 3nd more of your fchenjes will fall to the ground than will bp accompliflied.' 1 wjll explain why the cjnke of Jnltejs thp$ checked hip fon, and doubted of the faceefs of his enterprifes. The late kjpg. pf Fr^pçe exr crted himfelf much to ggin friend? m different p^rts: mû9 though he could nxt preyail on many to ]wp him in his wars, yet, by gifts me other compliments, he kept them quiet/and by fuch means acquired feveral friends in the empire and elfewhere, When the emperor had forgiven the duke of Juliers* conduct to theduke of 3rabant, $nd thelaft, by obtaining h'm liber* ty, was reconciled to the duke of Juliers, Jip, at the defire q{ the king of France, waited oo him at Paris, where he was ipoft kindly re-beived. The king gave tq him and his knighj? very rich prefents of jewels, to the great fatis-faction of the duke. In thip vifit the duke wm prefented with Vierfan * and its lordfljips, whicl? he held as a fief from the king, % whpm he fvyore he won.ld never beftr arms againft France. Vierfan was originally dependant on the counts de dois, is fttiMfd between BloÎ3'ft*d ifeefry, and may be worth about five hundred francs » year. During the reign of CharlesV. lie truly-keptins t j". i . "i ..' 'J! • it'.;.'., .i. :vn .«-fi . ry, i """ * Viedbn,—a city of Berry, on the Cher, dieqefe 1 rf Bourges, twenty-two leagues from Orleans. oath,. , • 80


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