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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 367



Hrhofft fee me? ât Paris. ' As .hé hèid thé bounties of Armagnac and Rodez from the crown of Étante, he paid the king homage for them, in the ufual manner of vaflals to their lord paramount for the fiefs they hold. He became now the king of Prance's man, aidf vifivmg had ' the articles of homage properly drawn out and engroffed, he and the dauphin took leave of the king, and re-turned to Auverghe ànd Laifguecloc. About Àfcenfion-day, the king came to Paris in perfect health, and ifixed his refidence at the hôtel de Saint Pol, which.had beten prepared for him, the queen and the duchefs of Touraine having arrived thçrje before hicsu. . s ; The lord de Chàteaumorant and fir Taupin Cantemelle were all this time waiting in England for'an anfwer* They had attended the féaft of Safcit George ai: Windfor* where . was a brilliant oottipany of barons, and the king's uncles* The fords who had been at Amiens confulted together, on: the proinifes they had made the king of Ftainfce, as well as in refpedL (p apt anfwer for the two knights, who were .very pfeffing to have one/and' leave . to .return hornet • After confidâring; the matter, they, thus addidTed them : - « You CM-teaumorant^ and : you Csntfemella, muft know, * that at this moment wecakmot obtain any anfwer for y cox to carry to the kirtg. of France. ' It will be a long.time before th'epa&ament will take up the matter, foi it does, not meet before Michaelmas. But to. acquit oxiffdves, and to excufe y0u:, we will write letters fully explanatory of the delay $ ; . /. .. ~ and S5È


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