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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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St. Jean rfAngely, the town of, taken by the earl of Derby, IL 182.—Surrenders to the French, 270.—IV. 190. Jews, the, perfecuted throughout Europe, IL 264. Johm, fon of Philip of Valois, crowned king of France, II. 267.—Makes his public entry into Paris, 268.—Prevents, a combat be-tween the duke of Lancafter and the duke of Brunfwick, 272.—Takes pofleflion of the lands of the king of Navarre in Nor-mandy, 279.—Coins florins of gold, which , were called lamb florins, 280.—Marches an army againft the king of England, 284. N—Gives the duchy of Normandy to his cldeft fon, the dauphin of Vienne, 285. —Arrefts the king of Navarre, 289.— Marches an army againft the duke of Lan-cafter, 292.—Collects an army to oppofe the prince of Wales, 293.—Defeated and taken prifoner at the batde of Poiriers, 337.—Surrenders to the prince of Wales, 341. — Embarked for England, 368.— rides through London, 369.—Confined in Windfor caftle, 370.—Enters into a treaty with the king of England and the prince of Wales, 458.—The French council re-fufe to ratify it, 459.—Sent to the tower of London, 475.—Obtains his liberty, and returns to France, III, 65.—Magnificendy entertained at Paris, 79.—Quarrels with - the king of Navarre, 95.—Vifits the pope at INDEX.


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