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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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CHAP. III?. SIR JAMBS DV ' HILLY, H A VI NO RECEIVED 1IIS DISPATCHBS FROM THE KING • OF FRANCE, ARRIVES IK HUNGARY, IN Hi* WAY TO TURKEY.—-THE KING SENDS SIR JOHN DE CHASTELMORANT, WITH PRESENTS TO BA-JAZET, AND HIS RECOMMENDATIONS IN FA-VOUR OF ' THE FRENCH PRISONERS.—Tift MANNER IN WHICH THEY ARE TREATED* 1I7HEN the Intelîgencc Ir Jtiwss de HcftjK had brought was m*$t public, all who had loft hulband, brother, father or child, where in the utmoft confternation, as may eafily be fup* pofed. The high nobility of France, fuch as the duchefs of Burgundy and the lady Margaret of Hainault, were greatly affiifted on account of their fon and hufoand the count de Nevers, for he mm much beloved by them. The countefs of En lamented her lord the conftable, as did the countefs de la Marche: the ladies of Cowry, of Bar, and Sully, in like manner bewailed the me-lancholy fituation of their lords. They were for-tunate in having only their lords* captivity m la* ment, and were fcmewhat comforted thereat i but the relations and friends of thofe who had been mafiBfcredwere inconfaiable, and the grief of Fraae* lafted a longtime. The dofce of Burgittty tranod i»ft M«% fit-James fil


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