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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 89



CHAP. XV. ÏHfc LORE) DE COUCY REFUSÉS TO ACCEPT THE SWORD OF CONSTABLE IN THE ROOM 0Fr CLIS-* SON. THE LES OF BERRY AND BURGUNDY INVEST THE LORD PHILIP D'ARTOIS, COUfcT D'EU, WITH IT, IN CONSIDERATION OF HIS ' MARRIAOE WITH THE LADY MARY OF BERRY,. WIDOW OF THE LORD LOUIS DE BLOIS. ~ yjOV have before heard that the conftable^wa» A fummonedx publicly by the parliament of Paris, after an adjournment of fifteen days be-tween each fummons, and how commiflioners were fent in purfuit of him to Brittany, but in vain, for he concealed himfelf from them. Had they been able to have fpoken to him, they would have ferved him perfonaJly with the orders of the court* and laid hands on him, according to the inftru&ions they had received. When, on their return, they had given an ac-count of their million to the _ parliament, it was determined by the court and lords of parliament, that fir Oliver de Cliflbn, conftable of France* had forfeited the protection of the court, and Ihould be banilhed France, and deprived of all offices and poflcftions he held within that king-dom $ for that he had contumacioufly rcfufed obe-dience to the fummons of the great chamber, VOL-. XI G though


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