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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 89



.cHâP-m THB MAHiHAt 10UCXCAUT RETURN* TO fftfH* GARY AOAINST THE TURKS.—THE &ARL Of * DERBY SENDS TO REQJJBST PERMISSION OF THE DURE OF LANCASTER TO ACCOMPANY BOUCICAUT IN THIS EXPEDITION.—THE RING OP ENGLAND IS SOLICITED BY THE KING OF FRANCE TO ENGAGE HIS SUBJECTS TO A NEUTRALITY BETWEEN THE TWO POPES, UN-TIL A NEW ELECTION SHALL TAKE P(.ACI| BUT THEY REFUSE COMPLIANCE WITH THEIR MONARCH'S REQUEST. A FTER this exploit, the marfhal Boucicaut re-turned to Paris, and fhordy after made pre-parations to go to Hungary ; for the king had written to the king of France, to his uncles, and to the knights and fquires of France, that Bajazet was affembling a large army of Turks, Arabians, Perfians, Tartars, Syrians, and others of his reli-gion. The king of Hungary was in confequencc defirous of collefting a numerous force to oppofc him, and offer him batde with more advantage than the laft. The earl of Derby, who refided at Paris at the hôtel de Cliflbn, near the Temple, was very de-lirous to go on the expedition to Hungary, to avoid putting the king of France to further ex-penfe ; for he received from the French treafury, every S2


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