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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
page 194



Upon this, the two dukes made preparations, for going to ipeet the duke of Brittany at Blois, and fent before all purveyances fuitable to their rank. The duke of Berry arrived firft at the caf-tle, where he wa^ kindly received by the corçntefs of Blois, his fon ai^d her daughter, as was be* coming him and them. Count Guy de Blois was not at this time in the country, but at Châtel Regnaud, and, as the countefs and her children were at home, he paid no attention to the arrival of the duke of Berry. The duke of Burgundy came in a grand ftyle, accompanied by his fon-in-law, lord William of Hainault, count d'Oftrevant, and his fon John of Burgundy, called counf deNevers. The duke was alio lodged in the caille, and held there his court. The duke qi Brittany came lafl, but with no great array, attended only by thofe of his house-hold, in number about three hundred horfe $ for it was bis intention to return to his-own country as foon as thefe conferences fhould be over. Such, however, were not the intentions of the other dukes; for they iaid, whether he would or not they would force him tç come to Paris., The duke of .Brittany was lodged at the houfe of 4 canon of St, Sauveur, within the c§ftle 3 but his 3tten4ants, wi£h thofe of the other lords, were quartered in the town. Thefe princes kept their flatç in the caftte, which is large, apd one of the handfbmeft ip the kingdom of France. Conference were held between the thtee dukes $ and tfrpfe of France g»ve hpndlopae entertain-ments 183.


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