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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 110



. -m •Tin?, time wis now come for tic tecum of tie lour dukes and commiflioners to the renewal of the conferences at Leuiinghen. With the French lords came the kit^g of Armenia, to remonftrate with the Erçjlifh on his diftrefling fuuation : he if as well known to the duke of Glocefter, when he J^ad viiited England during the threatened invafion from France, who had fhewn him many civilities, ^nd carried him to a beautiful caftle he had in JEflexxalled Pleftiy. _ The dukes of Lancafter and Cjlojççfter received him well, particularly the laft, fin, account of former acquaintance. They pa-tiently liftcned to all his greivançes, and replied fo gracioufly that he was well contented with them. At thefe conferences many different propofals were made, and the cardinal dc Luna*, in hopes of being heard by the commiflioner, had made a Jong (ftay at Abbeville, whither he had been fent a* legate, by pope _ Clement for the affairs of the 0umht : He was. lodged at the convent of the Cordeliers, on the, river §omme. The French waat^d;^ fome articles fdatiift to the church and to the fupport of this Rdbcif de; Geneve, who ftiled himfelf pope : but when, the Englifh dukes obferved this, they ftep-ped fcnyafd with courage, laying to their couflns of France^* Take away this legate ; we want not tQ,hç4TMs Speeches.: it has not been without •III •» -"I Il i 1l ' ..j •• , 1 1 - ! I j, , ,„ ,„, , , - - ,,, - -r , , ,„ I • The cardinal de Luna, an Arragonian, was anti-pope after lilt dittk «f Ckaacat, onder the nam ft of Bcacdift XTJIr Sfg more of his turbulent life in Muratori, &c f ; y / fully


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