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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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While Éhefe préparatiôpç were, going forwards "and the rumour of the Juhg^s expedition againft ftritttany was every' where talked of in France, the bilhop of ,Noyon and the lord de la Riviere re-turned co Paris, having fulfilled their million to peam and Foix. They related to the king and council what'.they had done j biit the affairs of Britf^hy ofceupied fo entirely the time of the çpunr til* that Âëf" could not attend to any thing eïfe ; And tfrê king* was impatient for the conftablc to be $jftc;iciufyv recovered to mounthis horfe. u Before thex king left Paris, he commanded the téry K4ndforfie li&çl fir Peter de Craon had* near the chiirch-yurià of St. John, to be razed to the groiinclj ztid the fpot given for an addition to.the Êhuïch-yard., The king ordered , large provifion of ftores to be rtiade on the roads to Anjou, Maine, Tourainc,. Brittany, and along the banks of the Loire, ready for his intended expedition ; for* Ao one dared make any oppofitioh.to it.. It was well known in Paris, ahd likewife in dlf-'forent parts of the country, that fir Oliver de Ciifibn, conftablc of France, had made his will, îii order that, in cafe of death from his wounds* his heirs might know where to feek for his wealth. He had but two children, both females,, one mar-ried to John of Brittany, cotint de Penthievre, whom he had ranfomedfrem England for fix fcorc thoufand francs paid to the duke of Ireland, as • las - been related. His other daughter was, or . would be, vifeountefs de Rohan, in' right of her hulband. • The whole of his money ?nd moveable , property, " 4


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