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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.10

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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.10
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CHAP. VI. Durîng the King of France's Residence - at Beziers, Accusations are made. against Befchisac, Treasurer to the Duke of Berry.—Thinking to be seat to the Pope and escape Punish-ment, he confesses himself a He-retic and Sodomite, but is trans-ferred over, by the Official at Be-ziers* to the secular Power, and birfnf - '• - 37 VII. When theKing of France is at Tou-louse, he summons the Count de Foix, who, on his Arrival, pays him Homage ib? his County of Foiac • 60 _ Villi The Kmg of France and his Brother, • the Duke of Touraine, wager which shall arrive the soonest at Paris, from Montpellier, each attended by only one Knight * - 60 IX The Death of Pope Urban at Rome, called the Ami Pogp.—Pope Cle-ment writes to the King of France, his Uncles* and the University of Paris on the Occasion.—The Elec-tion of Pope Boniface by the Ro-man Cardinals * - - 6* X. The Surrender of the strong Castle of ' Ventadour in limousin, that had been the chief Residence of Geoffry Tetenoir - . - - 69 XI. Three French Knights hold a Tourna^ . ment at Saint Inglevere, near Calais, and defend the Lists, for Thirty Days, against all Comers,, from Eng-land and elsewhere - - 88 iv CHAP;


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