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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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CHAP. XX1X# THE KING 6? HUMGA1Î WRITES TO THE KfKG Of FRANCE ' HIS SITUATION IN RESPECT TO THE SULTAN B AJAZET.—JOHN OF BURGUNDY* - ELDEST SON TO THE DUKE OF tfURCUNDY, MARCHES, AS COMMANDER IN CHIEF, AN ARMY • JO THE SUCCOUR OF THE HUNGARIANS. A BOUT this time, Sigifmond king of HUA- A M WM^ very affeftionate letters to tie king of France, whiclr he fent by a bifliop and two of his knights. The contents of thefe letters related to the threats of Bajazet, and his bbaftjngs to the king of Hungary, of carrying the war into the raidft of his realm, and thence to Rome, where his horfe fhould cat Ms oats on the altar of Saint Peter, fit faid he would eftablifh that place for the feat of Ml imperial government, and be at-tended by the emperor of Conftantinople and 41 the principal barons of Greece: each of whom fhould foUow their own laws, for that he would only rcferve to himfelf his authority as their lord paramount. The king of Hungary entreated the king of France to liften to his clltrelt s ami make it public throughout France and other countries, that all knights and fquires might be moved to provide themfelves with every neccflary for a jpurqpjhto Hungary, to oppofe the fultan Bajazet, and prevent holy Chriftendom from being op* preficd «04


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