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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 334



r:iz - IT CHESS or J.ILSHS is SUSPECTED 01 Cal'flNG THE KING'S ILLNESS* ^rzr r::c king" of France had relapfes *^ x h^ rr':r\ without any phyfician oj fur^ grrn ccizg -:.c :o prevent ic Some indeed had b^twi ir^c nef would rcitore him to found hc^n, bur x was icca. :bund they ybcmncd in vain. T :c kings o^brder never cealcd until it had run les courre, In :pac of prayers and medicines. S:-:T:C of die pnyieaas and ibcccreis lffcu-attepded die k;::gv on seeing their kboca: loft* deelancd the kir.g: milit have beea pcLbned or enchanted by force pernicious herbs. This agitated greatly the ini^ds- of ;he nocilicy *nd people, for thefe forcer-ez a.::r:aec, the hcœr to gala belief that-the k:-*g *JS under dx power of forcery, and that they knew frcm rhe ce vil who had revealed It to d:er^. Several of thctc conjurors had been burnt it Paris JCC Avigaoa, for having gone fo ÙT is a? ày that :hc déchets of Orieans, daughter to the cuke of Milan, was the caufe of this mifchîfC that (he eight fuccecd to the crown of France. This was to much believed that common report faid fhe had frcquendy pradifed fuch arts, and that, fo long » fhe was near the perfon of the king, he neither would nor could regain hi; health. It


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