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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
page 77



turned through Germany, they began to difcufa the matter, and it was refolved the univerfity fhould have the preponderating voice. It was determined in this council, to the fatisfaétion of the king, the duke of Orleans, their uncles, and all the members of it, that the king of France Ihould fend his marfhal, the lord Boucicaut* to Avignon, to prevail on pope Benedift, by nogotiation or force, to refign the papacy, and fubmit himfelf to the détermination of the king and his council: that the church in France fhould remain neuter as to the true pope, until union were reftored to it, according to the decrees of 3 general council of prelates and churchmen which was to be inftantly called. This refolution feemed good to every one, and was adopted by the king of France, and all who had formed the council. The marfhal of France and the bifhop of Cambray were ordered to Avignon* and thefe two lords left Fans foon afterwards, travelling in company as far as Lyons^ wherç they feparated. The marfhal was to re^ main at Lyons until he heard from the bifhop, who continued his journey to Avignon, to learn wh^t anfwer the perfon who ftiled himfelf pope at Avignon would make to the propofals from thç kiqg pf France. On his arrival at Avignon, he fixed his lodgings in the great wood market. Some of the cardinals iufpp&ed the caufe of his coming, fince fee was fent by |he king of France, but they diffembled their thoughts until they heard what he had to. fay, . • . and 70"


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