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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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rope Boniface replied, —1 My chuarcn, be comforted, for I will never refign the popedom ; and, whatever the emperor or the lung of France may do, I will not fubmit myfelf m their wills/ The Romans were fadsficd with this anfwer, and returned to their homes. The bifhop of Cam-bray took no notice of this, but proceeded in the bufinefs he had been charged with. I fancy pope Boniface kept fteady in his anfwer, that when it fhould be publicly known pope Benediét had rea-ligned the papacy, he would aft in fuch manner as fhould be agreeable to thofe who had fent him. The bifhop, not being able to obtain more, departed for Germany, and found the emperor at Confiance, to whom he delivered the anfwer you have heard. The emperor faid,—' Bifhop, you will carry this to the king of France, our brother and coufin; and, accordingly as he fhall aft, fb will I and the empire -, but, from what I fee, he muft begin firft, and when he has depofed his pope, we will depofe ours/ ' The bifhop took leave of the emperor, and fet out for Paris, where the king and his lords were expe&ing him. He delivered the anfwer from the pope, and the meflage from the emperor, which was kept fecrct until the king fhould allem-falc a great council of his nobles, to have their ad-wkç m the matter. CHAP.


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