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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.11

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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.11
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CHAP. V. King Charles VI. of France, continuing deranged in Mini, is removed from Mans to Creil, on the Oise.~-The Re-gency of the Kingdom is given to the • * Dukes of Berry and Burgundy by the ' three Estates - - - - 27 VI. The Lord de Couçy introduces the great Physician, MasterWilliam de Harseley, to cure the King of France.—Various 1 Causes assigned for this Disorder - 31 VII. The Dukes of Berry and Burgundy ruin those who had been the confidential Servants of the King.—The Duke of Burgundy treats rudely the Constable de Clisson - - - 35 VIII. Sir Oliver de Clisson, after the harsh Answer of the Duke of Burgundy, re-*-tires to Montlhery.—Being pursued thither, he has Time to make his Re-treat to ChaiteaM Joaselm - : 41 IX. The Lord de la Riviere, the principal Minister of the King of France before his Illness, is made Prisoner by Orders of the Dukes of Berry and Burgundy. —The Duchess of Berry intercedes for him with her Lord - - 45 X* After many Adjournments and Delays, the Constable de Clisson is, by Judg-ment of the Court of Parliament of Paris, banished the Realm of France, condemned to pay a Fine of One Hundred Thousand Francs, and de-dared incapable of holdingUhe Office of Constable of France - - 54 iv. CHAP.


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