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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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and made a firm peace, which they aluttially fworë tô obferve moft religioufly. -- • When they were about to return, they called their .boatman, who rowed them back to the place, èc had brought them from, and they entered the 'church by a private dobr, through the garden and cloifters -of the convent, whence they foon de-parted for the caftle of la Motte, the duke hold-ing fir Oliver by the hand. All who thus faw tfctem .were pleafed : indeed* the whole of Brittany was very happy when the news of this, reconciliation was made public ; but greatly were they fur-frifcd on hearing how it had been brought about* John of Blois, count de Penthievre, was no lofcr by this peace : on the cpntrary, his revenue was augmented twenty thoufend golden • crowns of France, well and legaHy afligned to him and his lieirs. To confirm and ftrengthen this peace, a carriage was concluded between the ftyi of John bf Blois arid a daughter of the duke of Brittany* lb that thofe who looked for a continuance of war were difappointed. When intelligence of thefe tranfaftions reached France * and England* k caused very great furprife*, ' * j ' ' • You * When the duke of Brittany and the lord de Cliflbn were jeconçiled, they named copimffiqnerf to put their agreement into a legal form; and, according to the hiflorian of Brittany Often quoted, thefe lawyers met at Auefer, near Redon, the 19th ûâobàr 1395» The principal irtidev of the treaty were, that UK fluke fhould align over tç, the. count de Penthievre the lord-fclpi qf Chtyawqeaf do Fofe, Gnwiciij Duaulç,


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