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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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difmilled. Yoa muft let me have your final de-termination on the propofals I made you, as I am now about to depart hence/ Pope Benedict, ftill heated by anger at the Jpeech of the cardinal of Amiens, replied,—c Bi-fliop, I have confulted my brother cardinals, who have elefted me to this dignity, and they agree that every due folemnity has been ufed, fuch as is tifual in fuch cafes. ' Sinde, therefore, I am pope* and acknowledged as fuch by all my fubje&s, I will prefcrve it as long as I live, and will not*, though it coft me my life, renounce it, for I have never done any thing to forfeit the divine protec-tion. You will tell our fon of France, that hitherto We have çonfidered him as a good Catholic ; but that, from thç bad advice he has lately received, he is about to embrace errors which he will re-pent of. I entreat that you would beg of him, from me, not to follow any councils the refult of which may trouble his confçience/ On faying this, * Benediét rofe. from his throne and retired to his chamber, attended by fome of his cardinals. The bifhop of Cambray went to his inn, dined foberly, and then, mounting his horfe, croflcd the Rhône, pafTed through Villeneuve, and lay at Bagnols*, which belongs to France. He there heard that the lord Boucicaut, marfhal of France, was at Saint Andrieu, within nine leagues • Bagnols,—a town in lower Languedoc, three leagues from the Pont du Saint Eiprit, and fifty-two from Lyons. of 7*


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