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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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that he be arreted and punifhed for it/ cGpod uncle/ faM the king, c hç is now with the dt|kt irt Brittany^ aqd nowhere elfe : we are determined to march thither^ and you fhall accompany us/ The dyke of Berry afiented, though he was diflembling his real fentiment^ and addedr f My kpi, we mult have our good brother of Burgundy ajfet wijth, us.* c We will have Hirri/ replied the kin^ #c for,wç will not gQ without, him -9 and our army of ftrength fufficiçnt to conquer all our fijçrfpiçs,, We now clearly ice, that fhis duke of Brittany neither loves nor eïïeems us. Gopd. ypclç, ht is very proud anjl prefumptuousj prjrJLvc ,wjll7p|-attend to any othef * affair until we hjtyc ^roughtf him to reafon.* Thus did the king àpd.thé^uks of Berry convçrfe together : thé duke ajTci^ed t$i every thing his nephew propofçd, thop^l doteç-mined, in ,hSs own mind, to aft in oppo^tioo fa ;t„ ^ Thç king of France was too earaeft: in his de* fire to revenge the infuk offered his conftsble, and was daily. preflSng forward the préparations for his expedition to Brittany. If e was to ^narch J^rft iptd Anjou, to ,deftrçy ;all the caftles and poflfeffion^ held there by fir Peter de Cpojp, notwidifl^di^g the duke of Brittany cfaiped them for his owp t?)f purchafe. The king and his council., apfwcredi that he had never had pofleflion giyep him of therq 5 and that, from having fuppqrtcd and prote&ed fir Peter de Craon, he hgd incurred pcrfonally the indignation of the crown of France, alçhotygh ma^riajgç had this feafon been formed between $hç fon m the duke md a princefs of France. B 2 ' % % While 3


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