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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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turned to Paris; but the lord William ofHainauIt did mot accompany his father-in-law, the duke of Burgundy. He attended the countefs of Blois . and her faipiiy to châtel Regnaud, to vifit count Guy de Blois, where he was kindly received açd entertained for three days, when he took leave of them and went to Paris, by way of Chateau-dun* and Bonnevalf. CHAP. îvXVIIL LEWIS OF ANJOU, SON TO THE LATE DUKE OF ANJOU, UNCLE TO KING CHARLES VL MAKES HIS PUBLIC ENTRY INTO PARIS AS KING OF SICILY.—THE DUKE OF BRITTANY COMES THERE SHORTLY AFTER. —THOMAS HAPUR-GAN, AN ENGLISHMAN, AND JOHN DES BARRES, A FRENCHMAN, PERFORM A DEED OF ARMS BE-FORE THE KING OF FRANCE AT MONTEREAU • SUR YONNE|. THE duke of Brittany wept to Beaugeacy, oa . the Loire, where he made td§ pppiratwjip. for going to Paris. But btffQre he ««un tfeither, * Chateau-dun, an ancient town in Beauce, diocefe of Bloifc twelve leagues from Chartres, thirty-four from Paris. f Bonneval, a town in Beauce, four leagues from Chateau* dun. • • • % Montereau fur Yonne, a town in Brie, (even leagues from Mcluu, twenty and a balf fibou Ptaw. there 186


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