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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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oath, mi, M long as this king lived, neither bore arms himfelf, nor entered into any treaty with the enemies of France, When Charles VI. be-gan his reign, he was fo much embroiled with the wars with Flanders and England, that he could not attend to every thing. 'The duke of Juliers, not being fummoned* did not renetv his homage for Vierfon; and the duke of Berry, no-ticing this, feized the lands, which he faid were dependant on him, and thus deprived the counts of Blois of their rights. This, however, caufed no quarrel between the families, for I faw them frequently together, and, indeed, from their con-nection it was right they fhould be good friends ] for Lewis, fon of the duke of Berry, was married to the lady Mary, daughter of the count ié Blois, . The duke of Juliers had thoughts of claiming the lands of Vierfon, until he found his fon had fo haftily* and, as he thought* imprudently al~ lied himfelf with England, which he imagined would never turn out to his advantage* He had therefore fpoken to him in the manner I have related I when the duke of. Gueldres returned from England} but he paid not any attention to it, and, as he was young and rafh, replied to his father, that he would not do otherwife than he had* faid ; and that he preferred war to peace* and war against the king of France to a conteft with a poorer perfon. Vol. IX. G CHAP.


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