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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 233



til ' - mined to begin his march, whether pr ttot tif ftiould receive anfwers, through fir Guy de Hon* court and mailer Yves d'Orient, from the em* peror of Germany. ' The king and his uncles thinking it was now time to difmifs the duke of Brittany, he was fum-moned to Montereau, where the king mo&kindly received him, as did the dukes of Burgundy and Touraine. The duke of Berry was at the time in Berry making his preparations and levies of men at arms, having fixed on Poitou for the place of afiembly, before they began their march. The king and the duke of Burgundy, as I have faid, treated the duke of Brittany in the moil friendly manner. * He had before furrendered the caiUes and town of Jugon to the officers of the conftable, but made great difficulty to pay back the hun-dred tboufand francs, which had been expended in the provifioning his cailles, and in retaining men at arms the whole of laft winter, thinking a war would be declared againft him ; but he wasr fo fairly fpoken to, that he promifed the king and the duke of Burgundy to repay this fum, of one hundred thoufand francs, in the courfe of five years, by yearly payments of twenty thoufand francs. The duke, after this, took leave of the king, who made him very handfome prefents of jewels, and went back to Paris. The duke of $ufgundy; before his departure, gave to him and his knights a magnificent entertainment in his hôtel, called the hôtel d'Artois, when they fepa-rated on the mod friendly terms. - The


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