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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
page 60



-gang *, thème hé returned tb Cawatfbàe, wtraw he refidèd font day s. On fais ^eptfrtUrç,he-'|ttffe«f through Ville-franche f, Avignoïteif -andi'Mmtf gifcàrd§, in his way to ToulôufeJ Th» «fiibi-tants of this city, being anxious tafeerfeim/wèàc out in grand proceffion, handfomely dreflfed, and efcorted him with much 'pomp tq the -càftfe of Touloûfe.. The citizens of fche towiiy which is rich and" important, made the king filch |refentsy on his arrival, as-well pleafed him; : . • •.' When the king had refreflied himfelfi.fotf threes days,; in - Toulôufe, he was aijvifed ta*r ftlfatai&i' the (fount'de Foix, Who had left Béarn,- andfittd* his refidence at à town in Foix, called "Mazeresy fourteen leagues from Touloufe ; for he had re^ deived information of the'king's arrival at Tou-loufe, and of his intention to fummon him. ThemaHhal of France and the lord de, là Ri-viere, were ordered to wait on the count, wtkv féttiHgôut on a Wednesday after dfnner, àtriVed at a tolerably good town in thç Touloufatri, (flilted* tût Jourdain |, and on the morrow, by dhaher* time, daine to Mazeres. Th* count de Fduti on! * Fougaux. ' Ql Fôugans, a village in tipper Languedoc. f VilM-franche^a town :in upper Languedoc; diëceft ofJ Albp .;• « • ... • •• • . . * K\: v.. I* Ayignopef^a town in upper Languedoc;, ,dioc*fe of -St. Papoul. : " . . i § llïontgifcard»—g town in upper Languedoc, three, leagues frdm Totiiôûfe. 1 - - - . ; ; l' • ' \ : m:ïêè Joùrdaiii^» town in Afntagittd, fit league* froHî • TodpufK// # - ' • . : . . • . • -, E a learning


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