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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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dined with, him,, and remained ohe day rtiote at Nantes, they took leave, and fet out on their re-turn the way they had come. * . . * The king and council ^rere impatient for their arrival, to hear the' dukeV anfwcr; .What you have juft heard, the knights repeated to thé king, and to thofe. interefted,' from the duké of Brit-tany. 'The dukes of Berry and Burgundy were #ell fatisfied with it, and would have peribaded others to be fo like wife, faying the anfwer was proper and reafonable. But the king declared that, from the information he had received, he was of a contrary opinion, and fince he was, come fo far, he would never return to Paris until he had humbled^the duke of Brittany. The -dukes of Berry and Burgundy would wil-lingly have altered this declaration, had they known how, but they were not attended to ; and the king had taken fuch a hatred to fir Peter de Craon, whom he faid the duke of Brittany fe-creted in his country, that no excufes were o( avail. ... There was a report at Mans, and p many other places of France, that the lady Jolande de Bar, queen of Arragon, and coufin-germanto the king of France, had thrown into the prifons of Barce-lona, a knight who was unknown to her or to her people j and, from his refufal to tell his name, he was thought to be fir Peter de Craon. The queen of Arragon, wilhing to pleafê the king, wrote to him in the moft friendly terms, to fay,-— f that on the fifth day of July a knight, with a handfome


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