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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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vu CHAF. XHH. Eng Charles of France proposes" to ' march to Italy, to form an Union of the Church by Force, and thence to Barbary.—Ambassadors from Eng-land offef Proposals for a Peace be- • tween him and King Richard.— TheDeath of John King of Castile. —He is succeeded by his son Hen-ry» who is crowned King, though but Nine Years of Age - - 24S XXIV. Of the' Expedition of Count John d'Armagnac into Lombardy.— His Death at the Siege of Alex-andria - aw XXV. The King of England is anxious to • • make a Peace with France.—The , Duke ef Gloucester throws Ob-stacles in the way.—Sir Peter de Craon, formerly the Favourite of • King Charles and his Brother the _ Duke of Touraine, incurs their Hatred, and takes Refuge with the Duke of Brittany - - -, - 27$ XXVI. The Death of the young Count • * g Louis de ChastUlon, Son to Count Guy de Blois.—Thç sudden Death of Gaston Count de Foix - - 28S - XXVIL Sir Evan de Foix, Bastard-Son to the late Count, intending to carry away % privately the Treasure of his Father, is discovered by the Townsmen of Orthes, who, however, promise every Assistance to him and to his Brother that is not incompatible with the true Heir to the Count de Foix, the Viscount de Chastelbon 292 CHAP.


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