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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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•This, plan being followed, the count d'Eftampes and fir Yves d'Orient were fent into Brittany, where they had much difficulty to perfuade the duke to meet the king of France and his uncles as Tours. They difcuffed the matter fo a\ly he at length faid, 6 that he would go to Tours j but they need not prefs him to prolong his journey, for further he would not go, neither would he fee his enemy, fir Oliver de Cliflbn, as he hated him mortally/ Thefe terms were complied with be* fore he would confent to fet out for Tours. The two envoys returned to France to tell the king and his uncles their fuccefs with the duke of Brittany. They appeared fatisfied therewith, fince they could not do better. Thet king and his lords began to make preparations for this journey to Tours on a large fcale; for they imagined they lhould remain there two or three months, as the, treaties and negotiations which were to be,pro-posed would require much time before they could be concluded. • The king of France, the duke of Touraine, the duke of Berry, the duke of Burgundy, his fon John of Burgundy,. the duke of Bourbon, the lofd dfe Coucy, the count de la Marche, the count de Saint Pol, and the whole of their councils came to Tours,. where lodgings had been provided for them. The conftable of France and his fon-in-law, John of Brittany, came thither from a dif-ferent quarter, as indeed they were nearly con-cerned in the matters then going forward. The S19


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