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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. XXXI. Johir of Burgundy, Count • of Ne- vers, leads an Army into Hun- , gary against the Turks.—The Negotiations for the Marriage of King Richard of England :»!- ' • 1 • with theeldest Princess of France are continned - - 217 XXXII. The Queen of Naples, Widow to • ^ ' the late Duke of Anjou, obtains ]• * • Judgment in Parliament against Sir Peter de Craon - - 220 XXXIII. Hie Marriage is concluded be- • - '' : » »• tween King Richard of England . - • and the Lady Isabella, eldest ; ... N Daughter to Charles VI. King i * • of France.—The Duke of Lan- \ • caster roar¥ie§ again.-—Sir Peter de Craon is, after some Time, • • delivered from Prison, at the En- ' ' • treaty of the young Queen' of - « England • • :- - - 224 XXXIV; John ôf Burgundy, Count of Ne-• " 1 vers, passes the Danube with J/.! î'« • his Army.—After the Capture of *" ' • several Places, the Town of Ni-1 " '* - ' copoli is besieged " - - 229 - XXXV. A Digression from the principal • • • 1 History to explain why John • ' ' ' ' Galeas of Mian was moved to give the Turk Information of the Expedition intended against him 239 'XXXVI. While Bajazetis raising a great Ar-my to oppose ' the Hungarians and French, the Lord de Coucy, du- ' ring, the Siege of Nicbpoli, de-feats a large Body of Turks with aa inferior Force ... - 248 OHAP. viii


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