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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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times, ii.—Prefents part of his work ta queen Philippa of England, iii.—His early attachment to romance, iv.—Appointed fecretary to queen Philippa, vfi. — His; mode of obtaining materials for his work, ix. VIII. 292.—His journey into Scot-land, I. x.—Lofes his paqrpnels queen Philippa, xii.—His diffipation at Leftincs, xiii.—His papers feized by order of the duke of Anjou, xiii.—Vifits the count de Foix, xv. VII. iii.—His obituary, L xxjpir-Eflky on his works, xxxy.—Plan pf his hiftory, xxxvi.—The time he em-ployed in writing it, xli.-r-vThe paifts he took in .compofing it, *lviii.—Remarks on his çhroriology, lii.«—Cxiticifm on his his-tory, lix.r-rThe charge of partiality made againft him examined and refuted, lix.— Cautions to bp obferved ip reading his hiftory, lxix. — His faults and beauties, lxxii.—His character, by Montagne, Ixxvi. •—Editions of hi§ chronicles^ Ixxyi.—Dif-fertation op his poetry, jjcvii.—His para-dife of love, xcviii.—His horologe amou-reufe, ci.—His le dit de la marguerite, ciii.—His paftoral, ciii.—His rondeaus, pv,—Specimens of his poetry^ cîx.—His preface' to his chronicles, I. 1.—His rea-sons for vifiting the count de Foix, VII. 111.—Sets out for Beam, in company with fir Efpaign du Lyon, who informs him INDEX.


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