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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 364



. f ' .355 . a man of great valour and enterprHi, but of a fe& contrary to our faith, which he daily oppreffes : we ought, therefore^. to unite in its defence ; and I entreat, fair coufin, that you will confider of it, and do every thing you can to promote this expe-dition when returned to England/ The duke of Lancafter promifed to cppjpiy with his rèquêft, and to exert himfelf fo ftrongly in the matter, that the .effedts would foon be apparent* Upon this they took leave of each other. The conferences at Amiens lafted fifteen days, and the lords from England were the firft to fepar rate. They carried with them the outlines of a treaty, to lay before the king, of ..England and his council. The duchefs of Ireland bade adieu to her father, the lord de Coucy, and accompanied hçr uncles on their return. All the Englifh, on their road tô and from Calais, and while at Amiens, needed not to have expended a farthing unlefs they chofe it, for the king'had ordered their whole expenfes to be defrayed by his officers. • ~ • The duke of Burgundy went tp Arras, where he met his duchefs, who, during the time of the con-ferences, had vifited Flanders. The dukes' of Touraine, Berry and Bourbon remained with the king, whofe intention it was to go to Beauvais and Gifors, ta amûfe himfelf, and return that way to Paris. * In company with the dukes of Lancafter and 3fork were the two French knights who were fent to England by orders from the kihg of France; their names were fir John de Châteaumorant. and : . A a a „ f fi


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