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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 74



he might reign quietly, it was AeceiTary there fhould be fuch a peace with France as the Eighth could not infringe* ' Should they do fo, the French jvould inftantly fall on Caftille j for they had free entrances thither, through the kingdom of Arra-gonf of which the lady Jolande de Bar, a Freacji' woman, was queen, and who governed that king-dom as well as Catalonia, or through the countries pf Beam and the Bafques i for the viicount de Çhâteaubon, the heir to the late count de Foix, had fworn and fealed to grant this permiffion, when required by the king of France. The French had, therefore* fcveral entrances to Caftille, without danger of oppofttion from the king of Navarre, who would not willingly anger his coufin-german the king of France. His bro-ther, fir Peter de Navarre, was befide at the court, of France, and would inftantly foften any difputes tjbi*t fhouid arife betweea the king of France and his brother of Navarre i ii?r he was ^ good French-man, and never a&cd but for the. mutual intereft of the two kings. The duke of Lancafter was fully-aware of all the confequences of war, and frequently remoaftfated on the fubjed with he fôn, Henry earl of Derby, who, chough young, had an undemanding and, prudence that Icemed likely to produce perfeftion. This earl of Derby had four fine Ions,, Henry, % John, Humphrey and Thomas». and tw0 djmgh- , tçrs, by Mary de Bohun, daughter to. the earl of Hereford aid _ Northampton, coafiable of; . . . .. • • England,. i


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