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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 211



Mi Craon as long as the war continued between tne duke of Brittany and the lord de Cliflbn ; but, when they were rectfricfted, his hatred againft fir Peter was much foftened. At thi* period, the'queen of Naples and Jara* &k»» widow of' the late duke of Aajou* wis pro-feewtimg: fir Peterde C*aon m the courts w( juftice at Pirbi for the teftiturion of one hundred theu-ibd francs, a fum ibc claimed m due to her late lordi and for that rttf©n*and to attend the more to her affairs, fhe rcfided privately in Paris. Sir PctfW found hitofetf very difagreeably fltaftdl : he w#$ fearful of the debifien of die parltefrieht, for the lady was of great perfônal weight, ted lui ptwed frota whom, during the life of the dukt «f Anjc^.te hid received this font, and for which, as ft* mabtsuiied, he hid never accounted. He wis ill at cafe on this account, and beftdes knew lie had incuhred the difgraet of die king and the 4ake of Orleans. The duke and duehefs of Bttr-gundy li^forted Un as wci as they duuM j awt hfc #at allowed to cotte to Paris, frwmdf3 where be rtmained, during the greater fait rf his ffe* fidence,alt the -htotl d'Aftoie^ under the prfctfcftioft 0f the ddchefs oif BmgwAy* ' • • " • ' • . '


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