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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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kingdoxà he may ehoofe. Exert yourfelf, dear coufin, to bring us back good news ; and do not quit him, however you may be delayed, with-, out bringing matters to'fome fort of a conclu^ fion, taking care to remember all the duke's an-fwers, and to examine well the- ftate of the duchy.* : ' • • ' • \ ' : ' : - * The ' count • d'Eftampes affured the duke he would cheerfully undertake it ; and he made no long delay, from the time of his converfation, in his preparations for the journey. When ready, he fet out for Brittany, taking his road through Chartres and Manrf, and the rich coun-try • of ftfkine - to • Angers, ' * îlherè' he met ' the queen "of Naples, widow of the duke of Anjou; who had ftyled himfelf Tting of Naples; Siëily and Jerufalem, dukê of la ' Puglia, and count de Provence. '1 Her hVo fohs, ' the' lords • Lewis and Charles, were wlth.hei*. • ' ' * The qùeén; received her coufift, the count d'Eftampes,1 handfomely,: and becoming : her îîtuation ; and they had hiàhy eonverfatiorré to-gether, fuch as lords'and ladies are accuftotoèd to have. John of Brittany was likewife there; who was not in the good graces df thé duke of Brittany, whither the count was going : but he carried it off as w,ell as he could; for; nbt hfevtag any forces to fttpport his lretenfioi&i he was obliged fo to do. The count remained at An-gers a day and night, and then took his leave, and departed for Chantoceaux*, where hè • ar- * Cha$to.eeau*, a fmall town, diocefe ef Naoteti * / , . rived 134


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