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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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Mercier, that was in France, and could be laid hold of, was confifcated and given to others. His fine houfc at Pont à Louvion*, in the diocefe of Laon, that had coft him fuch immenfe fums was fcized and given to the lord de Coucy with all its citâtes, manors and dependancies. I am ignorant if this Was done at his rcqueft, but he poffefled it, and his heirs afterwards. The regents treated the lord de la Riviere very cruelly. They confifcated all his eftates, as well what had defcended to him as thofe he had pur-chafed, and all his moveables wherever they cculd be found. The lady, his wife, had, however, re-ferved to her ufe all the domain of Auneau, and whatever elfe fhe had inherited from her family, by father or mother. She had a young and gen-teel daughter, of ten years old, who had been be-; trothed to James de Chaftillon, fon and heir to fir Hugh de Chaftillon, who had formerly been mafter of the crofs bows of France : he was al-ready in poffeffion of large eftates, and in the ex-pectation of more. Hç had made feveral excur-fions with his intended father-in-law, the lord de la Riviere ; but, notwithftanding this, the regents would break off the intended marriage in fpite of the young man. This connexion was put an end to, and he married elfe where, according to the picafure of the dukes of Berry and Burgundy, and • Pont a Louvion,—it Is IN the MSS. Pont-Aubumen, and Pont $ Lonnion. Q^if not Pont à Nouvion. There are three tillages of chat name in the election of Laon. the 50


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