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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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lfth made large demands, which the French would not allow of; they agreed only to rettore the county of Ponthieu, which had been given, as a marriage portion with Ifabella to the king of England. This conference, therefore, broke up without: doing any thing, except prolonging the truce to two years, which was all thai thefe cardinals could obtain. Every one returned homewards ; and the cardinals took their road through Hainault, at the entreaties of the earl, who. right nobly entertained them. CHAP. LXIIL THE DUKE OF BRITTANY DIES WITHOUT HEIRS, UPON WHICH A WAR ENSUES FOR THE SUCCESSION. foon as the truce made before Tournay had - been agreed to and fealed, the lords and » all others fet off for their own countries. The duke of Brittany, who had attended the king of France with his army before Tournay, better accoutred th^n any other prince or lord, was, upon his re* turn home, taken ill, infomuch that he was obliged to ftop, and his diforder increafed fo fail, that he died *· * John HI . duke of Brittany, died at Caen, 30th April 134L His body was carried to the Carmelites of Ploermel, Charles de Louviur, wiio lived at that period, affuree us, in hi» Songe du Yetger, that duke John, feeing himfçlf without chil{fare, dwlwd Ad earl of MfontfoU his heir, Thç


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