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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 130



of Naples, that he was in a manner baniflied France and all his caftles and eftates fequeftrated for pay-ment of the one hundred thoufand francs he was indebted to the queen, and various other heavy ferns incidental to the cofts and cxpences of this fuit. The earl of Derby journeyed on until he came to Nantes, where he met the duke of Brittany; who received him and his company with much joy. Sir Guy le Baveux returned to France, and the earl ftaid with the duke, who entertained him in the beft manner. The archbiihop of Canterbury accompanied the earl, but did not open himfelf to any one on the caufe of his coming, fo that it tvak aperfeét fecret excepting to the earl and his coundl. The duke, to (hew his love, fpared noexpenfe in entertaining his nephew and his attendants, although he knew king Richard was very wroth againft him, for which he pitied him: The earl, noticing the great affe&ion of the duke, by the advice of his council difcovered fome parts of his plan, by way of founding him on the fubjeét. He alked his advice how to aft in refpeffc to his inheritances of the duchy of Lancafter and others which his father had held, and by right of fucceflion had at his death devolved on him ; but that the king, far from allowing him to have pofleffion of them, had baniflied him from England, and was daily giving away the eftates of his family • to any who alked for them ; that numbers of nobles and prelates were exceedingly difcontented 128


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