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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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to farisfy my niece tf Arragon, who has written to you, and to deliver this knight, if he be guildefj, condefcend to fend fome one thither, that our confia may not be difpleafed with you and with us. 1 We are very willing to do fo, good uncle, faid the king, for I wifh not to vex you. Let fome perfons be fent to Barcelona $ but I am firmly per-fuaded that the traitor, Peter dc Craon, is not there, nor in any prifon but the duke of Brit-tany's palace ; and I fwear, by the faith 1 owe St. Denis, that, one day he fhall feverely pay for Nothing could alter the king's opinion that fir Petçr de Craon was in Brittany. The duke of Brittany received regular information of what was pafling,. and, as the king was fo much enraged againft him, was not well fatisfied of his fecurity ; for he faw that the dukes of Berry and Burgundy, had no weight in the council, and that the party of his adverfary, Cliflbn, led the king juft as they pleafed. He had-his caftles and towns moft ftri&ly guarded -, but, unfortunately for him, there were no towns or caftles he dared truft his perfon to, excepting Vannes, Campel, Dol, Quimperlé, Ermine, Quimper-corentin and Succinio. He had written to the knights and barons of Brittany, from whom he looked for fupport and advice, but they all diffembled with him, feeing the king, their lord paramount, fo wroth againft him, find from his fo openly taking the part of fir Peter dc Craon againft the king and the conftable, which was very indecent. He almoft repented what he had :»5-


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