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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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intelligent lords; and, if any can make him liften to reafon, they will. « We agree to this/ faid the dukes of Berry and Burgundy. Although the three lords were infracted what they were to fay, and how to act, and to ufè every amicable means to fettle the bufinefs, they did not quit Paris immediately. The duke of Brittany heard, before thefe noblemen left France, of their million, but thofe who had in- • formed him knew not the particulars they were charged with. He was confident, however, it related to matters of great importance, by the lord de^Coucy's appointment. He frequently meditated on the fubject, and ' opened his thoughts to fome of the moft confidential of his council, for them to give him advice how tp act. * It was commonly reported,' he faid, c that the duke of Lancafter was about marrying his daughter in France io the duke of Berry, and that matters had gone fo far that fir Helion ;de Lignac was on His road to Bayoime to con-1 elude the bufinefs with the duke, who was well inclined to it. Such a report furprifed him ex-ceedingly ; for the duke of Lancafter, who was liis brother-in-law, had never written to him on the fubject; and all he knew; Was from public rumour. This filence had not been ufual to him formerly, for whenever any of his affairs had a connection with France, he ' regularly had in-formed him of them/ His council replied,—c Sir, you muft after your plans, whatever they may be, or you may be 164


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