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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
page 43



. t • : CHAP.VIL* * ; - • tàU DUItfiS OF BERRY A&D BURGTTNDV tttlft THOSE WHO HAD BEEN THE fcONFIDENlTlAI» ' SERVANTS OF THE KING.—T*E DU KB OF BWR* OUNDY TREATS RUDELY THE COltSTAffLli DE CWSSOJf. * . OUCH were the converfatiofns of lords in dift, ^ fercnt countries on hearing of the king of France's illneis, who remained confined in tho cattle of Creil, under the care of the four knights, and mafter William de Harfeley, who had the fole managen^ent of him : none were allowed to fpeak with the kingi nor even entered the caftlc, but fuch as had his permilfion, or were ading under Hi orders. • ' • At times, the dukes of Orleans and BoUrbon came to viflt the king, and fee how he was going pn, but the dukes of Berry and Burgundy neyet left Paris. They had not as yet made any changes in the government,- but they fhordy intended doing fo in regard to ma©y who were not in their good graces, from their behaviour when in power, which was, as they thought, contradictory and prefump* tuous. The;duke of Berry faid, that Cliffon, la Riviere, le Mercier and le bègue _ de Vilaines, had, during their attendance on the king in Languedoc, caufed his treafurer and faithful fervanç Bethifac tq be dif- D 2 % grace-


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