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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. la. Tiff FCLNG OF FRANCIS, DURING HIS STAY AÏ MANS, AGAIN SENDS SOME NOBIS PARSON-AGES TO THE DUKE OF BRITTANY* WITH ORDERS TO DISMISS SIR PITER QK CRAON.—7 THE KING IS INFORMED THAF SIR PETER IS ARRESTED AT BARCELONA BY COMMAND OF THE QUEEN OF ARRAGON. npHE king was advifed, during his flay at A Mans, to which he aflented, out of aflt&ion for his uncles, to fend four knights to Brittany, They were to remonftrate ftrongly with the duke, on the part of the king and council, how greatly he had mifbehaved by affording an aiylum to an enemy of the king and realm ; and that, if he were defirous to acknowledge his fault, and make amends for it, he muft fend fir Peter dc Craon to Mans, when they would endeavour to make his peate with the king, and prevent this expedition from doing harm to him or to his country. According to what I heard, fir Reginald de Royc, the lord de Varenciers, the lord de Châ* teau-morant and fir Taupin de Cantemelle, GCH Vernor of Gifors, were ordered on this miffion. They left 'the city of Mans with forty lances, and, having paflfed through Angers, journeyed on to Nantes, when, having entered the town, they found there the duke, He gave them a good wel* come, II


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