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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 73



• CHAP. IX- • • THE DEATH OP fÙPE URBAN AT HOME, CALLED THE ANTI-POPE.— POPR. CLEM CRT WRITES TO THE KING Of FRANCE, HIS UNCLES, AN D, THE UNIVERSITY Ofr PARIS OS THE OCCASION.—-I tHE ELECTION Ôfc POPE BONIFACE BY THE iOllAl CARDINALS. -A BOUT this, period? pope Urban Vt died àt Moine, to the forrow of the Romani, who kited him much. ïïe was buried, with great fo-lemnity, in the church of Saint Peter ; and, *heh this ceremony was ended, the ctrdttoak forihed a conclave to ele& aiiother pope, and haftened the matter that it might be done before any intelli-gence of the death of Urban could fee carried to Avignon. Pope Clement and his cardinals did not hear of the deceafe of Urban until the tenth day after it had happened. ' They immediately afembled at the palace, where many propofals were difctiffed ; and they had ftrong hope that the fchifm of the church would be concluded, and an union formed of the two parties; for this error had lafted too long. They imagined that the cardinals at Home would not be in any hurry to form a conclave, but woul4 agree to acknowledge the" pope of Avignon, and were indulging in thefe flattering hopes, when other accounts forced them to think differently. They * " «4


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