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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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he arrived at Parrs, for the king then refided at the caftle of the Louvre. • "The duke was wçll de-ceived by the king and his uncles ; and the king-was defirous he would fix his residence in France, and had an hôtel appointed for him to live and keep-his ftate. He had wherewithal to do fo handfomely, for he had brought immenfe fums of money with him from England, and the conftable of France was ftill much indebted to him for the ranfom of John of Brittany, as the whole had not been paid. The duke of Ireland made frequent vifits to the king, Who enter-tained him well, and he was invited to all the feafts,* tilts and to.urnaments, CHAP. XXII. THE COUNCIL OF FRANCE DISAGREE, AS TO THE KING'S GOING INTO GERMANY, ON ACCOUNT 1 • OF THE STATE OF THE REALM. —THE DUKE OF BRITTANY STRENGTHENS HIS GARRISONS, ' AND FORMS ALLIANCES WITH ENGLAND AND • THE KING OF NAVARRE.—THE ENGLISH RAISE A LARGE ARMY. YOU have before heard hbw the count d'Ef-tampes was feat by the duke of Berry into . ; Brittany, in the hopes of conciliating the duke • of Brittany, and had returned unfuccefsful, to the « great vexation of the duke of Berry, but more particularly to that of the king's council ; • for they knew the eagernefc of the king to , . VOL. IX. L • march


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