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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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fiiUy weighing their merits that we have determined which of the popes to obey; We defire, thercr fore, not to hear any thing on this fubje&j and, ihould he again come forward under your pro-tection, we will break up the conference and re* turn home.' From this time, nothing more was laid of the cardinal, who remained quiet in Abbeville. The lords now pulhed forward the treaty with fuck fuccefs that it was brought to a happy conclusion, and to the fatisfadion of all parties. The four dukes faw their refpe&ive kings were anxious for peace, more efpecially the king of France, who, when the duke " of Lancafter had taken leave of him at Amiens during the former toofeences, had ùàà^lfm confia, i beg ym to exert yourfelf that there may be a folid peace between my brother of England and me, that we may affift our coufin the king of Hungary againft Bajazet, who is.fo powerful in Turkey/ The duke of Lancafter had promifed the king to do his utmoft ; and indeed it was through his remonftrances with his nephew, king Richard^ his brothers, and the parliament, that the con-ferences were renewed at Leulinghen, to eftablifk a peace, if4 poffible, to the honour of England. The duke of Glocftftex was much colder in the matter, and carefully noticed all the contention! fpeeches of the French, laying, the French always wifhed to fight with both* hands* He m§dc fa ftrong an oppofition, that the adverfc party pert* Rwing it, fent a'(quire of honour, «nd of the H 4 W.


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