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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.1

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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.1
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Paris, by Galliot du Pré, 1530, three volumes in folio. The fourth, Lyons, by John de Tournes, ì 559, Î 560, 1561, three volumes in folio, revifed and corre&ed by Denys Sauvage. Thefifth, which copies exaûly the fourth, is dated Paris, by Gervais Mallot, 1574, three volumes in folio *. There is reafon to believe, from the manner in which father Long expreffes himfelf on the fubject of the editions of FroifTart, that there may be others in which has been united into one body his chronicle, with the firft continuation, by an anonymous writer, to the^ear 1498, and with a fécond continuation to the year 1513. But thefe works have never been printed together. This is not the only miftake which this learned librarian has made in the fame article ; as I will (bortly explain, when I fpeak of thefe continuations. He alfo notices an hiflorical work, printed under this title : " Order of the entry Ρ and happy arrival in the city of Paris of Ifabella " of Bavaria, queen of France, wife of Charles VI., * Μ· de St. Palaye does not feem to have known all the editions of Froiffart. I have three of different dates from thofe hè mentions. / 1. A moft fuperb copy on vellum, in four volumes, which originally, belonged to the Soubife library, purchafed at the fale of the Bibliotheca Pariiiana ; printed in black letter, by Guillau ne Euftace, at Pa - s, 1514. 2. An'edition by Penys Sauvage/ in four volumes, printecf by Michael Sonuius, Paris, 1574· This ha^ belonged to Mr, Secretary Craggs. 3. A n edition by Denys Sauvage, in four volumes, printed for Michael de Roigny, Paris, 1574. This had belonged to Mr. Tyrwbitt. « in


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