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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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. INDEX. taken from him as his ranfom, 30a.—-His anfwer, 304. —Difrcgards the overtures made by the duke of Berry to gain him oyer to the French intcreft, IX. 136.— Enters into an alliance with England, 146. —With Navarre, 150.—Reftores the caftles of fir Oliver de Clifion, 169.—Goes to Paris at the. entreaty of the dukes of Berry and Burgundy, 185. — Makes his peace with the king of France, 190.—Returns to Brittany, 222.—Meets the king of France at Tours to make an amicable fettlcment of the differences exifting between them, X. 320.—Agrees to marry his fon to the daughter of the king of France and his • ^daughter to John of Brittany, 333.— Grants an afylum to fir Péter de Craon after his attempt to murder fir Oliver de Clif-fon, 379.—Involves himfelf in a war with the king of France, XI. 3.—Wages a de-finitive againft fir Oliver de ClifTon, 8$.—Makes peace with him, 200.—Grants affiftance to the earl of Derby to embark for England, XII. 124.—His death, 187. • ILontfort, the countefs de, carries on the war againft the lord Charles of Blois after the capture of her hufband, I. 277.—Solicits affiftance from England, 299.—^Befieged by the lorcfCharles of Blois in Hennibon, 300. —Difplays great courage in the defence of the town, 301.—-Enters into a truce with the lord Charles of Blois, and goes to Eng-land,


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