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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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CMAP. X. Til KINO Of FRANCE, IN CONFORMITY TO THE ADVICE OF HIS NOBLES AND THE UNIVERSITY OF PARIS, SENDS THE BISHOP OF CAM BRAY TO POPE BENEDICT AT AVIONON, Ott THE SUBJECT OF AN UNION OF THE CHURCH, AND ALSO HIS MARSHAL BOUCICAUT THITHER, TO CONSTRAIN THE POPE TO OBEDIENCE BY FORCE OF ARMS, SHOULD THERE BE OCCASION* . fnfwer of pope Boniface, and the meflàge of the emperor, that die pope at. Avignon muft be the firft depofed, afTembled the nobles and prelates of his kingdom at Paris.. • Prior to this, fome of the prelates of France,' fuch. as the archbifhop of Rheims, fir Guy de Roye, the archbifhops of Rouen and of Sens, the bifliops of Paris, Beauvais and Auturt, had ttrcmgly fupported the pope of Avignon, par-ticularly Clement, who had promoted them to their benefices. . Thefe fix prelates, therefore, by particular orders, were not fummoned to this council, but others in their room, and the heads of the univcrfity of Paris. After the bifhop of Cambray'had fully explained to the affemblythe objeétof his embafiy to Rome, what he had .done there, the pope's anfwer, and the mefTage from the emperor, for he had re- {BE king of France, in confèquence of the F 3 turned 69


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