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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 355



CHAP. LVL j lllOISSART RELATES HIS TRAVELS AFTER HE MAW LEFT ORTHES. YOU who take delight in this hiftory muft know, that on my leaving the caftle of the noble count Gafton de Foix, I returned through Auvergne and France, in company with the gal-lant lord de la Riviere and fir William de la Tri-mouille, who had conducted the lady Jane of Boulogne to the duke of Berry in the town of Jtiom, where he had married her, as has been related; for, having been prefent at all thefe feafts, I may well fpeak of them. I went thence to Paris, where I met the noble lord de Coucy, one of my patrons, who had lately married a daughter to the duke of Lorraine, The lord de Coucy entertained me kindly, and miked many queftions about Foix, Beam, pope Clement, and Avignon, as well as concerning the nuptials of the duke of Berry, and of a par» ticular friend of his, and likewife one of my patrons, the lord Berald, dauphin of Auvergne* To all his queftions I fatisfied him as to what I knew, or had feen, infomuch that he was well pleafed, and faid—c You (hall come with me into Çambrefis,for I am going to a caftle the king has given me, called Crevecœur: it is two.leagues "from J48


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