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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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not long in making preparations for his journey, and fet out on his embalfy to Rome and Avignon, to declare the engagements the emperor and kin^ of France had entered into. The king of France fent ambaffadoïs to his fon-in-law, the king of England, to acquaint him with what had been done, that he might unite in the fame opinion* King Richard received the ambafladors with joy j and when he learnt the objeft of their million, which was to entreat he would remain neuter, if he could not prevail on his fubje&s to unite with France and Germany, in cafe the two popes refufed compli-ance, replied he would fo manage that his king-dom fhould ad in the matter as he pleafed. "This he inftantly promifed, to the great joy of the am-baladois. • After they had ftaid with the lung and queen of England as long as they had chofen, they took leave and returned to Paris by Boulogne, and re-lated all that had pafled to the king and council* This % Was very agreeable to the king, and affairs remained in this ftate fome time. The king of Navarre came to Paris to vîfît the king of France, and thought he might perhaps recover his inheritance of Evreux in Normandy, which the king of France had fcizcd from his father, as has been related in this hiftory ; but, in fpke of every attempt, he was urifuceefsful. The, king of Navarre, feeing he laboured in vain, took the matter in great difpleafure, and abruptly left the court of France, difcontented with the king and his miriifters, and returned to Navarre. D 4 'We


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