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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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CHIP. VI. THE LORD DE COUCY INTRODUCES THE GREAT PHYSICIAN, MASTER WILLIAM DE KARSELEY, TO CURE THE KING OF FRANCE. VARIOUS CAUSES ASSIGNED FOR THIS DISORDER. M what he had heard of mafter William de Harfeley. He fpoke of hint to the king's un-cles, and mentioned his learning and fuccefs, and that it would be proper he fhould try his fkill to recover the king. The dukes of Berry and Bur-gundy liftened to it, and fent for him. On his ar-rival at Paris, he firft waited on the lord de Coucy, with whom he was very intimate, and he intro-duced him to the king's uncles, faying, f Here is mafter William de Harfeley of whom I fpoke to you.' The two dukes received him kindly, and made him welcome. They then ordered him to vifit the king atCreil, and remain with him until he fhould have reftoied him to health. Mafter William, in confequence of thefe orders from the dukes, let out from Paris in good array, as was be-coming him, and arrived at Creil, where he efta-blifhed himfclf near the king's perfon, and took the lead over the other phyficians, undertaking to make a cure for he faw it was to be done, fincc the diforder was caufed by weaknefs of nerves, iram the fudden alarm of the, appearance of the jnld« HE lord dc Coney was not unmindful of 31


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