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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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4i. melancholy, without being attended by any one. Having crofied the hall, he defcended into the court, mounted his horfe, and departed with hte people, taking a private way to his own hôtel, without faying a word. • . CHAP. VIII. SIR OLIVER DB CLISSON, AFTER THE HARSH AN-SWER OF THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY, RETIRES TO MONTLHERY. BEI^G PURSUED THITHER* HE HAS TIME TO MAKE HIS RETREAT TO CHASTEAU JOSSELIN. XI7HEN the* lord de Cliflbn had entered his hôtel, he formed various plans in his own mind as to his future conduft : _ he forefaw that very Ihordy public affairs would _ be badly ma-naged, and had no one to open his mind to on the fubjeiSt, for the duke of Orleans was at Creil : in-deed, had he been at Paris, he had no power to fave or defend him. Sufpeding, after what had paffed, that the duke of Burgundy would arreft him, and force his. hôtel, he determined not to wait the event, but ordered his moft confidential ferrants to pack up all he ihould want, and, in the evening, fet off from Paris, attended by only two perfons. • He paffed the gate of Saint Anthony, and rode to ChareQton, where, crofling the ïcine by the hridge, he continued his journey, to his caftlc of ' • Mont-


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