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THOMAS JOHNES, ESQ. Memoirs of the life of Sir John Froissart



Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining Countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes 

Chronicles of Enguerrand De Monstrelet (Sir John Froissart's Chronicles continuation) in 13 volumes 

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Memoirs of the life of Sir John Froissart
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the tuition of fir Guifcard d'Angle, 180. — Enters into an alliance with the king of Navarre, 283.—Sends an army to the affiftance of the duke of Brittany, 342.—Quells the rebellion of the populace under Wat Tyler, 477.—Makes a journey through feveral parts of England to punifti the infurgents, 484.—Marries the lady Anne of Bohemia, 514.—Enters into a truce with France, 711.—Heads an army to oppofe the Scots and the admiral of France, III. 39.—Deftroys the abbey of Melrofe, and feveral places in Scotland, 44 et feq. — Quarrels with his uncles of York and Gloucefter, 461-— Excites the difcontent of the people, ib* — Retires into Wales, 464. — Conftrained by the people to appoint commiffioners to examine the accounts of his confidential minifters, 469. — Retires to Briftol, 474. — Takes meafures to counteraét the proceedings of the new council, which had been appointed for him by the commiffioners of accounts* ib. —Sends the duke of Ireland as his lieutenant, with a large army towards London, 480. —His troops defeated near Oxford, 492. — Returns to London, under the conduit of the archbifhop of Canterbury, 496.—Afiembles a parliament to receive the homage of his fubjefls, 498.^-Enters into a truce with the king of France, IV. 71.—Holds a grand tour-nament at London, 228.—Endeavours to make peace with France, 264.—Concludes a peace with king Charles, 298.—Prefents the duke of Lancafter with the duchy of Aquitaine, 404.—Leads an army into Ireland, 407.—Seeks to marry the lady Ifabella, daughter of the king of France, 418.—Obtains the fubmiffion of four Irifh kings, 428.—Recalls the duke of Lancafter from Aquitaine, 435.—-Has an interview with the king of France at Ardres, 511.—Receives the lady Ifabella from king Charles in his tent at Ardres, 512.—Marries her at Calais, ib.—Becomes unpopular in England, 547.—Orders the duke of Gloucefter to be arrefted, 559.—Invefts the earl of Rutland with the conftablcûYip of England, 589. —Proclaims a feaft to be held at Eltham, 603.—Banifhcs the earl marftial for life, and the earl of Derby for fix years, ib.—Seizes the revenues of the duchy of Lancafter on the death of the duke, 626.—Breaks off a marriage which was in contemplation between the earl of Derby and the daughter of the duke of Berry, 629.—Holds a tournament at WindV for, which is but thinly attended, 634.—Banishes the earl of Northumberland and his fon, 636.—The people of England rife in rebellion againft him, and in favour of the earl of Derby, 638.—Retires to Flint [Conway] caftle, 653.—Surrenders to the earl of Derby, 656.—Imprifoned in the Tower of London,. 660.—Refigns the crown in favour of the earl of Derby, 668.—His death, 688.—His funeral, 689. Ribadavia, the town of, taken by ftorm by the duke of Lancafter, III. 373. Rigault, Giles, de Rouay, prefented with the red hat in the puefence of king John at Paris, L 395- Riviere, the lord de la, takes the caftle of Aquigni, I: 640.—Imprifoned by the dukes of Burgundy and Berry during the regency, IV. 358.—riis eftates confifcated, 360,—De-livered from prifon, 448. Robert, 214 INDEX.

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