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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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neither loves nor efteeras any one but himfçtf. It is clear, that if the king go to Germany, and leave the realm unprotected by men at arms, (and unlefs he be handfomely attended, he,need not think of it,) this duke will introduce the Englifh into his country, and give them an en-trance to France. ' The appearances are now ' very ftrong that he will do fo; for there is a large Englifh fleet on his coafts, which never . leaves them but when forced to it by ftrefs of weather, and when fair it returns; fo that I fee no alternative; you mull have open. war or peace.' c It wouldvbe well/ replied others, c that, we again fend to him the bishop of Langres.and the couvrit de Stf Pol, for this laft is by marriage his brother-iii-law.1 * c Oh no, no/ interrupted fir ' Yves d'Orient: 1 if you will fend to him again, you cannot fend one more agreeable to him, nor of greater weight, than the lord de Coucy j for they are' connected by marriage, and have always Had a great affection for each otherj and to the lord de Coucy add whoipfoevjer you pleafe/^ ;.. c Since you have made this propofal, fir Yves/ faid the duke of Burgundy, « name ihofe \vho you think should accompany the lord de Coucy / 'Willingly/ replied fir Yves: c if you pleafe, then, fir Johii de Vienne and the lord df la Ri-viere shall go with Jiim. They are three very ft Jhe dujte of Brittany and the count de SL Pol married two daughters of Sir John Holland, earl of Kent. '; 1 • % ; • 'f KT'â ' intelligent - 165


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