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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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The duke took no further notice of the matter, apd, having paffed the night, on the morrow, at nine o'clock, mounted his horfe, and went from the hôtel de St. Pol to the Louvre. The king was going to hear raafs, and received his brother affec-tionately ; but, perceiying from his manner that he was angered, he faid ; * Fair brother, what ails you ? you feem much agitated.9 4 My lord, if i am, I have good caufe for it/ c What is the matter ?' faid the king: ' we wiih to know it.5 The duke, unwilling to hide his grief, told him, word for word, every thing that had paffed, complaining bitterly of fir Peter de Craon, and added ; 4 My lord, if it were not for the love I bear you, and for my own honour, I fwear on the faith I owe you I would have him flam/ 4 Do no fuch thing,' faid the king: c we will order him, by our fpecial counfellors, to quit inftantly our palace, for that we have no further need of his fervices j and do you the fame On your part/ 4 That 1 intended,' replied the duke of Touraine, who was fatisfied with what the king had faid. • This fame day, fir Peter de Craon was told by the lord de la Riviere and fir John le Mercier, from the king, that he muft no longer refide in the palace, and inftantly feek other lodgings. At the fame time, fir John de Bueil and lord d'Ervaux, fiéaéfchal of Touraine, delivered him a fimilar meffage from the duke of Touraine. Sir Peter feeing himfelf thus difmiffed, was much afhamed and greatly angered : he could no way account for it, as the meffengers had not declared to him the 285


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