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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 266



bi§ arrival at Dover to Boulogne, and haften-cd thence to Paris, and* related to the king and his uncles every thing which had paflcd with the king of England. This gave general fatisfaétion, and the king and court fet out from Paris, and by Ihort days journies came to Amiens. In the mean time, the king of England, his ui clcs, and a large train of lords and ladies, had eroded Lie fea to Calais, where they were lodged^ The duke of Burgundy came to St Omer to prefs forward the treaties, which were carried on through the mediation of the count de Pol and Robert the hermit*, The duke of Burgundy was conducted by the count de Saint Pol to Calais on the eve of our Lady the middle of Auguft, to wait on the king of England and his uncles. He was welcomed with joy by the king and his lords ; and they con-ferred together for fome time on the articles for a peace, to which the king inclined : indeed, to fay % the truth, he was indifferent what might be agreed on provided he had his wife. When the duke of Burgundy had ftaid at Calais two days ne-gotiating a peace, the king told him that he would lay all the articles on his return to England before the parliament ; for that neither himfelf nor his lords could agreed to any thing conclufive without the affent of the people of England, and it muft be deferred until their will were known. He added, that he himfelf would go over, and re-turn, and fo make one journey for the con- cluûon -20»


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