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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.12

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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.12
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CHAP. H. *HB tmm LOUIS DE SANCERRE IS MADl CON-STABLE OF FRANCE IN THE ROOM OF TH* COUNT D*EU, WHO HAD DIED IN TURKEY.— BOUCICAUT, DURINO HIS ABSENCE WITH THE COUNT DE NEVERS, IS APPOINTED MARSHAL OF FRANCS IN THB PLACE OF THE LORD IO0IS DE SAWC1RR1.—TH1 FRENCH LORDS WHO HAD 111 If PRISONBRS IN TURKEY RE-TURN TO FRANCE* \70U have heard that the count d'Eu, conftabte * of France, died in his bed at Burfa in Turkey* to the great regret of all his friends, more cfpe-dally the king of France, who much loved him. The conftablefhip became vacant by his death, and diat office is of fuch weight that it muft not long remain fo. Councils were therefore held to appoint Ms fucceflbr, and the wifer among thçtu nominated the lprd Louis de Sancerre, in which they were confirmed by the majority in the king-dom. He had been a very long rime marfhal of France, and was fo-at the time of his eleétion, re-ading in Languedoc* Being fent for by the king to Paris, he was inverted with the office of con-ftahlc, and by this vacated, the charge of marflial ; on which the king faid, that he had already thought of a fucceflbr, for that no one fhould have it but his knight the lord Bottcicaut. All the lord* VOL. XII. C • agreed 17


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