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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 Phiiip duke of Orleans, had formerly held ir.-Woihall henceforward call him duke of Orleans* The king was fo pl/^fed when fir Oliver d§ Gliflbn had recovered from his woypds foffi-ciently to ride that he faid he would now fet out from Paris to Brittany, to (hew he made the quarrel his own. In confequence, be and the duke of Orleans took leave of the qu^en, the ducbefs, and the others ladies and dapfels who were at the hôtel de Saint Pol, and went that night to the houfe of his minifter, Montagu, where they fupped and lay. The duke of Bourbw, the count de Namur and the lord de Coucy, went with them.. I know not if they all hy there, but the king did fo and dined there on the morrow. In t|c after-noon, he departed in handfome array, and fupped and lay at St. Germain-eft-laye, where he remained lèverai days. At this period, according to thjç. report of his phyficians, the king's health was not good ; but, he was fo impatient to carry on the war, he declared his health was better fiian theirs. This he faid to puffa forward the bufinefs 5 for his two uncles of Berry apd Burgundy were ftill be-hind, and fhewed clearly the expedition was ponr trary to their opinion, w4 • that willingly they would avoid going with him. They had, hpw-ever, iffued fummops to their v^ffals, for they were bound m honour to accompany the king., When the king had .fojourned at St. Germain for fifteen days, and the different lords were ar-rived, or on the road, be wm advifed to depart. He. did foj cfoffed |he . §eing, mfl parching % B 4 " Chartres, • 7-'


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