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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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Àrdrcsj XI. 28».—Marries her at Calais» 289/—Becomes unpopular in England, 351.—Orders the duke of Glocefter to be arretted, 364.—Inverts the earl of Rut-land with the conftablefhip of England* XII. 33.—Proclaims a feaft to be held at Eltham, 43.—Banifhes the earl marfhal for life, and the earl of Derby for fix years, 56. —Seizes the revenues of the*duchy of Lancafter on the death of the duke, 92.«?-* Breaks off a marriage which was in con-templation betwecp the carl of Derby and the daughter of the duke of Berry,, 95. — Holds a tournament at Windfor, which is but thinly attended, 104.-^ Banifhes the earl of Northumberland and his fon, 107.«—The. people of England rife in rebellion againft him, and in favour of the earl of Derby, 109.—Retires to Flint [Conway] castle, 135.—Surrenders to the carl of Derby, 140«—Imprifoncd in the Tower of London, 145.«—Refigns thç crown in favor of the earl of Derby, 157. —His death, 190.—His funeral, 193. Hidabavia, the town ofr taken by ftorm by the duke of 'Lancafter, VIII. 172. Rigault, Giles, de Rouay, prefçnted with the red hat in the prcfence of king John at; Paris, II. 270. Jlivierre, the lord de la, takes the caftle of Aquigni, IIL 167.—Imprifoned by the dukes of Burgundy and Berry during the regency, INDEX.


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