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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 254



fie did apt Thfe fen of the duchefs, thinking no {laim* ran and eat it, but he had no fooncr put it into his mouth than death followed* p fpite of fvçryicaie to prevent it. Thofe who had the go-» vernment of the dauphin earned hip away, and tiever allowed him afterward to enter the apart-ments of the duchefs. This (tory can fed great urormurings in Paris and elfewhere, and the people ' Here fo enraged againft her, as to occafion the duke to hear of ix: they publicly faid m Faris, that if ihe was not prevented from being, near the Mag, ihey would come and take her *w*y by force and put her to death, for th*t fhç intended to poifon the king and all his &ipily, having already made him fufFcr by he* enchantments. What gayc ad^. ditional weight to this, ip§ the king's refbfal, during his. illneft, to fee • the queen, whom kj would not recalled, nor any other perfpn fbaq the duchefs of Orleans. , * The dukçf of Orleans, to put an cud to thefe fcandalous reports, took hf r away from the hôte) de Saint JPol himfelf, and fent hf f tq one of his caftlca called Af»iere% on the ro^d |o Bcauvais, where (ho remained fom.e qme without ever paling the gate? of the çaftle. She was removed thence to Neufchâtel on the Loire, and the duke hated her much fat the accident which had happened to his foo : kk other fine children, however, fpftened lus refeotj&cnt to her. Intelligence of this was carried to Milan, and fir £rtle*s he^rd with fear the great danger his daugh-r HF.SfBI.Wt; Jfç i|.fciry :wr)t|i wid| $e king of 24§


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