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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 75



s i^gUnàt ?nd poffit^cri.in her right ,vei$ tetg* eftates. .. ,', • .. ; -i'û . :• The Concluiion of the matter lefî^ingipeàce, which, was long difcuifcdin die pàriiatifcnt fa*M at Weftminfler ;ojf prelates, noUcmieB .andcXStiteM frora die cities and principal towt«r aa% 'that a truce (hpuld take place between pngland, - Francs, md their jefpcâiya allies, by &a and land, to laft feom Midûelmaat» Saint § ohm Baptift?* dgy m& one year longer* Thofe who hid :bee* fen* kf. the king of France cajrried back the article^ of the ^ truc» .property fignçd and fealed, and ri*e agree-ment Has, well obfcrved by all parries. i .iû-:* The health of the king of Fraqce had been To exceedingly weakened by his late Mm& fiat. hi* council knew notito who* to apply ^ for advice ; for the phyfician .who had before attended; maftcr William dc Harfeley, was dead. He and, how-ever, given the king, before he left him; federal good recipes which be had ufed,. and had returned to Paris in the winder with very good health, to the gjçcat joy of hisifasçjày md the whole com-nonalty of France, wish whom he was jrfcry po-pular.1 .• * • . The -nfoçeo accompanied him from CiUtl IQU Paris, where they jrciided at the hôtel de Saintr EoL At .tini)cs ht y/cat to the Louise, fc*ut tfbr the mûft parjtâaidat the hôtel c$c Saint IfaM and, i during ihç lung winter nights, dujre wt-re ïismrti^ lings, dancings land jotheir an^ufeineiits, in the pué-' * fence of the dcing, x^iietfn, ^Auihefs bf JBerey,


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