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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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m . • iiiglt tè perferth their ehuidi doèt^ andtÉH talé Benediâ: had not thus framed his laws for tftifr conduit, but he would bring them back to eggs and thin wine, that their voices nay be fotidi* and clearer to chaunC in Ae churchy " ' ' Thus did fir Galeas, father and fon, aftd fir Bernabo, aét like popes in their dominions at kM£-as they lived: they did much iftjuftice to chtffnh^ men, without fearing any thing the popes.might fay or do againft: them j and when the fchifftt happened, and the two popes of Jtome *fi*t Avignon were excommunicating each cither, theft lords of Milan laughed at both, as indeed did many o#ier great lords. " • • The daughter of this fir Jùkh Gàfeas, duclsefl df Orleans,- inherited more of the dtfpfffitions df her itthcf than of her mother, who was a pruiceft France ; for fhe was enfvioûs, and covetous if the pomp of this world, and Would gladly hnvt feen her lord king 6f France, no matter fcqW. A feandalous report was very eurrent, that the diA order of the king, whkh had fo much ÉÉtrcfièÉ the kingdom, and btfflfed all the fkiltof 8he phy* ficHÉti was owing to her. 1 will hf #hat gave rift to thefe fufpkionSi and made theft! the mort readily beficved. - *"* * * • - •alentiita, dwehefs of (Means, fmêi haMdfawe fbtvof the age of the dâaphin of France afiéwWlé thefe two children were playing togedier kl lié chamber ## the duchefs, a poifoned «ppte %ns thrown on the floor, near die kuphiri, in hopei he titukt take iVbwr, .thfoifgl'Giiil% pii^


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