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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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soi - Yotr bave before had related how fir Perer de Craon incurred the indignation of the king of France and the duke of Tourainc, for his attempt to murder the conftable of France, fir Oliver de Cliflbn, as he was returning to his hotel in the night-time from the king's palace j and that, from the duke of Brittany having fupported and given ' him an afylum, the king of France had declared war agamft him, which he would have carried into effeét had he not been fuddenly taken ill between Mans and Angers, when on his march to Brittany: but this melacholy event caufed the-expedition to be put an end to, the army to be difbanded, and every man to return to his own home. . You have alfo heard how the dukes of Berry and Burgundy took up this bufinefs, and (hewed great hatred to thofe who had advifed the king to this expedition againft Brittany, fuch as the lord de Çhâteanlin in Çornualîîc, Lannion and Chiteaulin fur Trieuc, for the yearly payment of eight thoufand livres} that the duke jnight take back thefe lands when he pietfed, on giving others of-Eke value in Brittany or France ; that the count fhould pay obedience to the duke, notwithftanding the 4emolition of the caffle of fongufdocj the reftoration of which he could never infill on ; that the lord de Cliflbn would acknowledge the duke for his lord, but to have liberty, during four years, to appear perfonaûy or by proxy i that aU'lmds tipt had been femed by each §de during the war Û&aJd be leflored to their refpeûive owners. , _ ' • This treaty was fealed and fworn toby the lord de ClifTon, at lieux» the 20th O&ober. The count de Penthievre fwore ip it five days after at Guingamp, in die preface of the vifcount de Fou and Henri dc Jnck, chapabcrUiiw to Ùfi duke. ClifTon,


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