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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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'. m ' .aft on the occafion. The penitentiary ftrtâlf. en* joined him not to mention the vifion to any on^ before he had told it to the king of France, accord-ing to the orders given him, and that whatever thf king Ihould command he muft do* Robert followed this advice, and drcfling hlf% felf in plain grey cloth, with very fimple attend-ants, left Avignon, and .continued his journey tp Paris, ifehere he hça^rd that the king was at Abbe-ville to, be near the conference at Amiens between the French and Englifh. He immediately went * to the abbey of S|. Peter, where thé» king was lodged, at Abbeville, and was introduced to the prefence by a Norman knight, his neareft relation, called fir William Martel, who was of the king's chamber. Robert minutely related every thing that had happened to him, which the king liftenc^ , to with great attention ; but, as the duke of Bur-gundy and fir Arnaud de Corbie, chancellor of France, the two mod adive commiffioners for France, were abfent at the conference, he faid to Robert,—* Our council arc • at Leulinghen : yop will remain • here until they fjiall return, when I will talk with my uncle of Burgundy and the chan-cellor, and aft according as they fhall beft advife me/ c God affift them.I' anfwered Robert. This fame week the commiffioners returned to Abbeville from the conference, bripging with them a prqjeft for pp^ce. The Englifh bad infcrted ar~' tides of fuch importance |s a preliminary, that they had refufed to admit them without knowing §rft the king's will on the fubjeft, and on their VOL. XL N arrival


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