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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 361



• CHAP. XXXV. • •HE FRENCH AND ENGLISH LORDS, NOT BEINCJ ABLE TO AGREÇ ON THE TERMS OF PEACE,' PROLONG THfi TRUCE ONE YEAR. THE EN-GLISH, \ON THEIR RETURN, £RE ACCOM-PANIED BY THE LORD DE CHASTE AU-MORANT^ Té BRING BACK THE KING Or ENGLAND^ • tlÈAL ANSWER. *|^HE conferences were held ât. Amiens, re^ fpefting a peace, with great peffeverance and attention on the part of the lords commiffioners of each nation. It was wondered why the matted failed ; for the duke of Burgundy and the duke of Lancafter were much in earneft to bring it to à happy conclufion, referving always what was con-tained in their private inftru&ions, which they dared not to go beyond, ' The French, perceiving the Englifh were obfti-nate in their terms, in order tp foften therft, offered j if they would confent to raze Calais, the peaceable poffeffion of what they then held in Aquitaine^ with nine bifhoprrcks, independent of all other jurifdiftions, and payment of the fourteen hun-dred thoufand francs within three years. Thé duke of Lancafter and his council replied,—f We have remained here a long timewithout concluding any thing, nor fhall we be able to finifh the buffi* nefs without returning to England, and reporting


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