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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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m who they were. Thefe lords were much (hocked, and, converting together, faid,— We need not ftay longer, for he is extrertiely ill, and we do him more harm than good by our prefence. We have ordered his chamberlains and phyficians to take every care of him, which of courfe they will do. Let us confider how the kingdom is to be governed, for a government muft fpçedily be provided, or all things will go ill/ c Good brother,' faid the duke of Burgundy to the duke* of Berry, c it will be necefiary for us to go to Paris, and order the king to be brought hence gently ; for we can have hitQ , better attended when nearer to us than here. We will aiTemble the whole council at Paris, and difcufs how the kingdom (hall be governed, and whether our fair nephew of Orleans be regent or we/ c It is well fpoken,' replied the duke of Berry : c let us confider of the beft place for the king to be re-moved to for the recovery of his health/ After fome confutation, it if as determined he (iiould be carried, with every precaution, to the caftle of Creil, which has a good air, and i| in a rich country on the river Oife, When this was fettled, the men at arms were difbanded, and orders given by the marfhals for them to retire peaceably to their homes, without committing any ravages on the country -, and that, if fuch excefies were indulged in, the leaders would be called upon to make reparation* The king's uncles and the chancellor of France fent off varlets^to the different cities and principal towns


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