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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 caufe of his difgrace. ' Being defirous of ad* mittance to the prefence of the duke, to learn from him how he had angered him, he was told, that neither the king nor the duke would hear any thing he had to fay. When he found his difgrace was refolved on, he packed up all he wanted, and fet out, much deje&ed, from Paris, for a caftle of his in Anjou, called Sablé *• He re-mained there fome -time, but in very low fphrits, from being driven' from the palaces of France, Touraine and Sicily. He therefore determined, fince their gates were fhut againft him, that hè would retire to the duke of Brittany, and relate to him what had happened. ' • This he executed, and met the duke at Vannes, who received him kindly. He had already heard what had befallen him, and fir Peter again told him every particular that had paffed, and that he was banifhed the court of France. The duke of Brittany, having heard his ftory, replied ; € Good-coufin, make yourfelf eafy : it is the lord de Cliffon who has brewed this mifchief for you/ From this fpeech, a deadly hatred fprung, and greatly increafed, as you will hear in the courfe of this hiftory. Sir Peter de Craon lived fo long with the duke of Brittany, that he was forgotten in France; for the conftable and the king's council never pub-licly mentioned his name.. They did not like the * The ci (lies of Cnon and Siblc are in Anjou, two leagues dlftant from la Fleche. duke 2W


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