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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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Aifgrenel#, Saint Marcelf, Neufchaftel J, and upwards of thirteen others, went out to meet" the king, as they were rejoiced at his arrival. The duke of Berry was already at Avignon, and lodged in the palace of the pope; but he came to Villeneuve to meet his nephew, and fixed his quarters at the . hôtel of Arras, called Amontais, on the road to Montpellier. The duke of Burgundy arrived the day after the king, at Villeneuve, down the Rhône, for at Lyons he had embarked on board a large barge. Thefe three dukes, being aflembled, determined to accompany the king in his yifit to the pope in his palace. Having had every thing prepared ac-cordingly, the king of, Frahce, attended by his brother, his three uncles, and twelve cardinals, croffed the Rhône at nine o'clock, and went to the palace, where pope Clement was waiting for -bim in full confiftory, feated in his robes, on his papal chair. When the king came into his prefence, he bowed ; and, when near to him, the pope rofe up, and the king kiffed his hands and mouth. The pope then feated himfelf, and made the king fit by him on a handfome feat that had been pre-pared for the occafion. The four} dukes, after having kiffed the pope's hands and mouth, feated * Not in the lift of cardinals.. f Q. if not Marcelin* #{ John de Neufchaftel,—created cardinal by pope Clement. For further particulars, fee Moreri, &c • themfelves 13


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