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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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fhould be baniihed from England, and from his four promifing fons, and two daughters. The carl frequently dined with the king, the duke of Orleans, and other great barons, who did every thing they could to make his time pafs agreeably.] We will now leave the earl of Derby, to fpeak of the affairs of the church, and of the two popes* JJeriedidt of Avignon and Boniface of Rome. ••I 1 I ÈB3BHMB—i 1 I CHAP, ïx» TfcB EMPEROR AND THE KINO OF FRAHCE PUR-SUB THE PLANS THEY HAD SETTLED AT RHEIMS, FOR AN UNION OF THE CHURCH.— THE BISHOP OF CAM BRAY IS SENT BY THIM * TO THE POPE AT &OMÏÏ.—THE ANSWBfc THAT IS MADE HIM. yÔU have before heard of thé meeting which * had taken place at Rheims between the em-peror and the king of. France, wnen many fecret councils were held, on éftablifliing the union of the church for the prefent fchifm was difgracefuL In confequerice of the plans then formed, Peter d'Ailly, bifhop of Cambray, was fent ambaflado* to pope Boniface at Rome. The bifliop fet out, and met the pope at Fondi, to whom he deliverdl his credential letters from the king and the em-peror. - ' j VOL. XII. P The t.


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