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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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tëfs of Biois during the Léiit of the enfuing year. They and their attendants were grandly teceiyed in the caftle of Bkis3 as the count iin-derftood thefe matters well. I was prfcfent *k thé time of this vifit; • When the éuçhefs and her children had ftaid three days; ihey departed tor Poitiers; but they went by water down the Loire às far as Àtatkfîf©, and front thence ffa«. Vetted in cars ànd oh horfebàck to Poitou. The dtreheft and her children feiided for the moft parti» the fair ciileclf à handfome tdwi*called Chitoon*. , lit this year died the iady Marjr of France* ibeybttftg MUé ôf the cduht de' MdntpenMi têcÉï aftët-1 died alfoi the lady Jane' dlAntt»g-fâe, âtidtéfg m'É'éWy. . Thus the duke arid hi* fori #efë* left ràdoWerà : they; hdweter, ïriaiv rîfed1 à^tiiti ' btlt ' riot immediately- I ' fkail fpeafi bf thëie fécond' iriarriàgeôj ttiore efpëcially of that of thèdtikei at a prôner time, as dur hïf£ tory claims that itiëntibh bè made of it. * Chinon, an ancient .town o? France, election of Tour*, tl is remarkable fox the deatfc of HenryjU. of England, and the refi&nce of Charles VlL of France. Rabelais was borrt Very near4 to it. Vol IX. i CHAF: Î29


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