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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 148



; f The aitfoer of the dnkc was hig^y gtatifymg lo the - French lords, who remained with him on the ttooft friendly terms. • He. entertained diem grandly at dinner and fopper in the caflte of Bee* geraci after which- they fcparaud in a very aitii--cable manner* The.duke returned to Bordeaux, and Ac French lords towards* Paris i bat in their way they met the duke of Berry in Pbitiers; to whom they related aM they had done, and the duke of - Laocafter's • anfwér. Thé dake of Berry thought it fajâsfo&ory andveafomblcyasdidtiie king of France and the duke of Burgundy, when thé tfoe lords ftfforjwt it ib themj on their arrmd at Paris. . Thûigs^mained on thb aawahec quiet* What aftc# happened I have, told you,* added fir John de Gratliy s f for thé ctafce of Lancafter lent hkfccr fome of the principal of his council, Cock os ôr William de U Perrière, fi* Peter Cliqnem% and two jfaft*r*»f laws, matter John Mmimimté matter Jo&fti Richards de Lktacftre* to plead hia câufe before the king, his uncles and council* It is forth* teafciftfoe king is now going to Ekftam $ ftr asThur£3ay neat is Magladen-day, âse JMK» lament wii -meet dure. What rieofion they w*f cornet», 1 nqnot fay,fbwt this I know, du* the duke of Ciocefter wiH be prefcnt, and be violent in his fupport iof the dike of JLanctfter'j claims; &r I hvrc heard, from tombeff the Engitfti who * Hollingfhcad calk them fir WilHéri P^wr.-Hir ?*fcr Cliftoji,—mafttr Jqhn Uukb,^-ind mailct }ofca Richafâi* « tanonof Lçiçcfter, tPght


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