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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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and the, people revenged on him the many great vexations and violences he had committed during the time he governed Languedoc *• CHAP. VII. WHEN THE KING OF FRANCE IS AT TOULOUSE, HE SUMMONS THE COUNT BE FOIX, WHO, ON HIS ARRIVAL, FAYS HIM HOMAGE FOE HIS COUNTY OF FOIX. fT*HE king of France did not remain long in A Beziers after this fevere aft of jufticéi but fet ,out with his array, ^ taking the road towards CarcafTone. Since he had left Avignon, he had been always attended by his maiihal, fir Lewis de Sancerre. The king did not follow the ftraight road, but vifited different towns, fuch as Cabeftan f, Narboanef, LymouxÇ, Mont-royal | and Fon- *• Don Vaifiette, in his hiftory of Languedoc, gives very iatisfaftory reafon*, to fhew that Froiflart was miftaken as to the time of Bethifac9! execution, which took place the 22d De-cember, 1369, at Touloufe* fbme months after the king had left Beziers. For further particulars, I refer to that hiftory. f Çabeftan,—a town in lower Languedoc, diocefc of Nîmes. I Narbonne,—a large city In lower Languedoc* § Lymoux,—a city in upper Languedoc, five leagues from Carcaflbne* H Mont-poyal. Q. gaux, JO


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