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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 82



S&tePoV andltwaf tihofHMflAatoly1 Ijptocltl Of the • four chtt^ nftrt on * twô died 6ft the (pot s the other . tt*ô, the ' baffcatd of • I*c»xaàd dfè çmmt de fotty^ were carried to thiir"M«e|s, and died tww days afterward in gfe^agonies^ * ' ~ " ^ . Thus unfortunately did the\ w^dcMng-feartî enda although the married couple, could no Hvtfy be blamed. ' The duke of Qrleani was aloqp ift itttfej who certainly intended not arty harm'^toisr he held the torch fo near them. His gkMiniff"èau&f 4t* mi, when, he witneffed how unlucky^ he Aad btttti; ' he faid aloud,—4 Liften to me all that càrf'fc*àt*mê; Let né oàe be blamed for this tmfti*itin»f e «accident but my felf : what has been done- ipias through' felik; but woe is ine-thar It has happened »* and, had tdbtékèn the conferences, nothing o»^fhftfofcrtd hive induced me to do it/ The duke then fof-lowed the king, and made 'his -ttotufety wftfch we*e accepted. " This meianthèiiy event: te^pened m the Tuefday before Capdkmas-eve, the year of grace i3g* : it made a great noife iff France *nd tn other countries* • ' .x- ' . ::..» : The - dikes of Berry and Burgm*!? were mt prefent when the mafkefs were fet on fife, but \*ire at their oiwi hotels, having taken taw* of the kfcfjg; queen til latitat* When oft the morrow, & be* eatne public in Paris, the people wondered gftaây* and Md that Old .had a fecoradtimc fhewnhis kted f ttmdente to -the. king, and that hé ought mm to put afide thefe childifh thing*, mi Octtfpy himfelf more îeàoaùf j for that he had* too long played the boy* whkh'jwas unbecoming a king . of


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