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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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viï CHAP. XXV. The Duke of Laaeaster i^ordered h*4k from Aqi»ttke.--King Ri-chard receives s friendly Answer to the Proposals kis Ambassadors had made to Ac Xing of France ^ for a Marriage between him ana the Ijtiiy Isabella, Princess of Fraoce - t ' • - 168 XXVL A Spkf of Normandy, called Ro-bert the Menait, having declared he had seen a Vision, while at Sea, ordering him to inteHerir if makiag f a Peace between France aid England; MI sent to King Ri-chard aad his Uficles to this Ef-fect * - - 175 " XXVB. The Lp*d de J* Riviere and Sir . John te.-Moid* are delivered . out of Prison " - -180 XXVIII. The Dufce of Brittany and SirOliver de. Clissoa are reconciled.—The DoVwger Queen of Siciy tutest a LajiVrSiiit in the Courts of Pam against Sir Peter de Craon 191 XXIX. The King of Hungary writes to the King of Pffmca Un Situation in respect to the Sultan Ifegazet/~~ John of Burgundy, eldest Son to .. the Dtiiàe of Bw^tndy, marches, «S! .Commandes in Chief, m Army to the Succour of the Hun-garkw i- - ' 204 XXX* The Count cFOstrevant, Brother-in-Law to John of Burgundy, being desirous to .parch to Hungary is advipd by his Father to attempt, in profaoaeft the Re-conquest of Friesland, which belonged to them 218


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