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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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had happened in former times* tefe|irtng tp Mm* felf the duchy of Brittany, which was to defcend after him to his children, according m the M^mtf that had been figned, with the approbation of att parties, by the children of fir Charles de Bloi*. This treaty he wp not defirous to have broken I on the contrary, he would that every ardcte fhould be obferved, and that it fhould again be fworft to and loyally maintained in its whole extent. Should John of Blois, count de Penthievre, pot be Iktis* ficd with (lis inheritance in Brittany, he would fairly leave it to the vifeount de Rohan, the lords dt Dignan, de Laval, dé Léon, de Beaumont* and fir John de Harpcdane, to fetde the master be* tween them* The duke of Brittany, having maturely if* ranged this in his own mind, without aflriag ad* vice from any one of his council; called a fecre* tary, to whom, on entering his chamber, he gave a large iiect of papor, and faid, € Write down as I fha-li dkaate.* The fecrètary being ready, the duke repeated to him every word he Was to write* The letter was indited in the moft friendly terms to fir Oliver de Clifîon, defiling him to devife ibme means.for them- to have an interview, when every thing fhould be fettled in the moil agreeable manner. ' When the letter was folded up, in the prefence •nly of the duke and his fecretary, he fealed it with his lignet, and, calling his moft trufty varlet into the chamber, faid,—* Haften to caftle Joflclin, O 2 and


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