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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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1NMX «—-Befieges Paris, 395.—-Makes peace with • the king of Navarre, 397.—Enters Paris, 405.—Lays fiege to Milan, 444.—Cbllcéts • a force to drive the Englifh out of Cham-pagne, 448.—Refufes to ratify the peace concluded between king John and the Eng-lifh, 459.—Declines to accept the chal-lenge of the king of England, III. 35.— • Endeavours to make peace with him, 40. —Appointed regent on the departure of king John for England, 119.—Crowned king of France at Rheims, under the title of Charles the Fifth, 160. Northumberland, the earl of, takes Berwick caftle; lVt 344.—Enters Scotland with a large ar-my, 345.—Appointed lieutenant of North-umberland, &c. V. 329.—Enters Scotland ' with a large force, VI. 346.—Banifhed by Richard the Second, XII. 107.—Recalled by the earl of Derby, 147. Norwich, the bifhop of, appointed commander ' in chief of a croifade againft the Clcment-ifts, VI. 262.—Enters Flanders contrary to the advice of fir Hugh Calverley, 271.—-Takes the town of Gravelines and other places, 271 et seq.—Befieges Yprcs, 2&j. —Abandons the fiege, and returns to Eng-" land, 301.—Badly received on his return^ 33^ Noyon, the bifhop of, taken prifoner at Mancotv» - feil, II. 415. OH/erne*


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