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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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parties were perfonally before them. This was then difficult to accomplifh, from the difgrace fir Peter de Craon was in with the king and the duke or Orleans, for his attempt to aÛafîinate the con-ftable. The lady, finding nothing would be done until fir Peter was before the court, perfectly free from every other charge except what (he accufed him of, and with full liberty to go any where in France, exerted herfelf gready to obtain this for him, that an end might be put to her fuit. Her fblkitations with the king, the duke of Orleans, the count de Penthicvre, fir John Harpedane and others, who had any complaints againft him, were fuccefsful, and he was acquitted of all other charges. I know not whether it happened through diflimu-htion or otherwife, but he was (hewn great atten-tion and kindnefs by the nobles and ladies of France until the time when judgment was to be given. He kept up as great ftate at Paris as ever he had done, and was appointed to receive the Englifh ambafiadors, and to introduce them to the king, his brother and uncles, for he was a knight perfeftly well verfed in all fuch cere-monies. The day was fixed for the parliament to decide on the queen of Naples' complaints : the fentencc had before been determined upon, and waited (blely for the appearance of all parties concerned. A great number of the nobility attended, that it might have more authenticity ; among whom were the queen of Sicily and Jerualcm, duchefs of Anjou and opuntefs of Provence, her fon Charles, prince 222


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