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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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». (hough fealed with their féal, and alfo had refufcdf to fend back his fword of offide. The dukes of Berry and Burgundy, with their councils, who all hated tht crfnftable, and wiihed his ruin, faid they would provide a remedy ; for the e'flfoc xf mûÈMt '#fc %Ce Mfofe, alii rf fell weight, it côûld ikSt fctog retoaih vàâtht, for fear èf accidents thtttatghfc foppeâ. The lord de Cduey f#» thb*%ht the moft pro-per perfon fiJl k ; but ht excufed hifhfclf, and refafed pofitively tô *cc*pt bf it, though he ïhould be forced Tto ieâvfe Fiance. When tfiey faw he was determined they looked elfewhere. At this fine a trëaîy cif marriage was in agitation be-f*e& thfe fofd ï%ili£ d'Artois and the young cëtànfcfs de Buiioh, the widow erf the lord Louis êt Blèi'Sj ^MHte kihg*ôf Prance was wt 11 inclined that this Waprikge Vith his cotifin fhould take placfe, but the diike tff Berry rcfofed his conferft ; for the county of Eu is but of fmall value, in œftvpanion of what fhe was intitled to from her firft union, and he looked to marry her more nobly. To fay the truth, the countefs was for beadty and goodriefe, and every thing belonging to a noble lady, worthy of the'higheft 'rank. The duke of Berry, however, was unwilling to anger the king of Ranee, who knew TvelTthat he •%ra« folicîtfed by many perfons ifor the hand of his daughter : Stilting whom were 'the young duke of Lorraine,1 the count /d'Armagnac, und the éldéft ibn of the count de 'Foix and de 'Béarn. ' The king was avertie to all diefe propyls, "and faid


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