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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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sis tendre to John of Burgyndy,- for the lord Otho, eldeft fon to the duke, had efpoufed Mary of Burgundy, his fitter. All thefe French lords were to aflfemble at a city called Buda, in Hun* gery. Let us return to the affairs of France. - You have before heard that the king of Eng-land had fent as ambafladors to the king of France, to conclude a marriage between him and his eldcft daughter Ifabella, the archbilhop of Dublin,. the bifhop of St. David's, the earl marfhal, the earl of Rutland, fon to the duke of York, fir Henry Cliflford, the lord Beaumont, the lord Defpencer, fir John de Roberfat, and feveral more. They had fucceeded well in the bufinefs, and the French king made them welcome, as did his uncles and council. The ambafladors returned to England in high fpirits, and gave the king great hopes that his wifhes would be gratified. • King Richard was fcot idle in the bufinefs, but during the following winter, frequently reminded the king and council of France of it, who were far from being adverfe, for they confidered it as one of the fureft means to put an end to the.wars whiçn had laftcd fo long between France and England. ^ The treaty was carried on with eager--nds and frîendlhip on both fides \ and the king of England promifed, from the power he had over his fubjeôs, that there Ihould be-peace between the two countries. To conclude the bufinefs, the earl of Rutland and the earl marihal, with the other ambaffadors, were again fent to Paris. They were lodged at the Croix du Tiroir, and, with „ their


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