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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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*the duchefs of Berry, for fuch I (hall hence-forth call her, continued her journey until fhe came to Avignon, when fhe difmounted at lodg-ings provided for her by the pope at Villeneuve, without Avignon. On the morrow, between eight and nine o'clock in the morning, all the cardinals waited oil her ; when, having mounted a white palfrey the pope had given her, fhe çroffed the bridge over the Rhône in great ftate, and waited on the pope at his palace at Avignon, who was feated in coAfiftory on his papal throne to receive her. He kiffed her on the mouth, on account of their relationfhip $ and the duchefs, with her company, then went to dinner at the hôtel of the cardinal of Turin, below the pope's palace, and there met a great company of cardi-nals. This was on _ a Tuefday : the following day the pope entertained her and her attendants pt dinner ; and this vifit of the duchefs, as 1 have heard fay, coft the pope ten thoufand francs. On the Friday fhe flipped at the palace, and took leave of the pope. Oh the Saturday fhe departed, and dined and lay at Orange. She continued her journey on horfeback, or in a car-riage, through Valence and Vienne, to Lyon, where fhe repofed herfelf for two whole days. On her departure, fhe went to la Brefle, then pafling through the country of Forêts, came to la Paliffe, in Burgundy, then to Quifly^ to Hanche-fur-Allier, and to Riom, in Auvergne, where fhe likewife remained two days before the jluke of Berry arrived. He came thither in great ftate.


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