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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 245



sas having anfwered, that he would moi cheerfalïy do fo, the biftiop of Utrecht, who was likewife prefent, with the aflent of the archbifhop, ai-vifed the bilhop of Liege to fet out with his ar-ray to meet the king of France, and treat with him on this fubject. The king of France continued his march, but only two, three, or four leagues a day, and feme-times not one, from the great baggage, which was too large by far, that accompanied him. Sir William de Lignac, and his brother fir He-lion, joined the king between Mouzon and Nôtre Dame d'Amot*, where the duke of Berry, with his body of five hundred fpears, was quartered. Sir William had come from the fiege of Venta-dour, by orders of the duke of Berry, as had fir John Bonne-lance by fimilar ones from the duke of Bourbon.. They had left their army under the command of firJohn Bouteiller and fir Lewis d'Ambiere, as they were defirous of attending the king in this expedition. Sir Helion had come from Bayonne, where he had been treating, as you have heard, with the duke of Lancafter, for the marriage of his daughter with the duke of Berry, The duke of Berry made him good cheer, and inquired after his fuccefs. Sir Helion related every thing that had pafled, and told him the king of Caftille was earneftly negociating a peace with the duke of Lancafter by the union of his * Amot Q. Ailon. fon,


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