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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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m They Sptfted to thé Mftg #f Fiance the delflr of Urban, whom they called the anti-pope, and en* treated him to fiipport the pretentions of Clement* by writing in has favour to his confins the emperor 9f Germany, the king of Hungary, the count del Vertus, and to the duke of Auftria, who had ac-knowledged the late pope Urban, and to requeft they would agrée to reftore peace to the church j for that there ought not to be any variation in thf faith, and, as there is but one God in Heaven* there cannot, nor ought there to be, more than one vicegerent on earth. When this information arrived at Paris, thé duke of Burgundy, to whom the pope and cardi* nais had likewife written to the fame purport, was with his nephew. The king appeared very much pleafed on hearing it, and faid to the duke,— ' Good uncle, we had a great defire to march a large army to Rome, and deftroy thefe unbelievers | but this is checked by the death of the anri-pope* for pope Clement and his cardinals have aflured us that Urban is dead. They fuppofe that there will not be any conclave held at Rome to eleÔ another, but that the cardinals will • fubmit them-felves to the obedience of pope Clement. He has likewife requeued, that we would write to our coufms the emperor of Germany, his brother the king of Hungary, to the count de Vertus and to die duke of Auftria, to fecure thfcjr favour in his fuppcxrt. What would you advife us tê do?s • Vpi.. X. F


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