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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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ss emperor and the king of France to the perfon t who ftiled himfelf pope ' Boniface at Rome, and negociate with him in their names with the view of inducing him to fubmit to a new cle&ion : fhould the choice again fall on him, he would be acknowledged by them as pope, but, if not, then he Was to refign. The bifhop was to declare the fame to the pope of Avignon ; adding that, if either of the popes refufed to comply with this difpofition of the two monarchs, they would be degraded, and every honour and profit of the church taken from them : that in this the kings of England, Scotland, Caftille, Portugal and Navarre had joined. The emperor faid he would anfwer for his brother the king of Hungary, and all Bo-hemia and Germany/ as far as Pruflia, being of the fame fendment. The monarchs likewife " de-clarcd, that, on the bifhop's return from his em-bafly, they would exert themfelves, with their friends and allies, that what they had now agreed on fhould be executed without any variation. Thus ended this meeting : the two monarchs feparated moft amicably, and each returned to his ufual place of refidence. The duke of Burgundy refufed to attend at Rheims ; for he faid it would not anfwer any pur-pofe, and that whatever might be given to the Germans, they would never keep the engagements they fhould enter into. ' However, notwithftand-ing this fpcech of the duke, nothing was left un-done, and matters were concluded as you have heard, Peter d'Ailly* bifhop of Cambray, was : " not


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