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CHAP. V.
The duke of Burgundy, by orders from the king

of France, goes into Brittany, and the duke
of Orleans to Luxembourg. A quarrel
ensues between them

42

CHAP. VI.
Clement duke of Bavaria is elected emperor of

Germany, and afterward conducted with a
numerous retinue to Frankfort

45

CHAP. VII.
Henry of Lancaster, king of England, combats

the Percies and Welshmen, who had invaded
his kingdom, and defeats them

CHAP. VIII.
John de Verchin, a knight of great renown,

and
seneschal of Hainault, sends, by his herald, a
challenge into divers countries, proposing a
deed of arms

49

CHAP, IX.
The duke of Orleans, brother to the king of

France, sends a challenge to the king of
England. The answer he receives

55

CHAP. X.
Waleran count de Saint Pol sends a challenge to

the king of England

PAGD
CHAP. XI.
Concerning the sending of sir James de

Bourbon, count de la Marche, and his two
brothers, by orders from the king of France,
to the assistance of the Welsh, and other
matters

87 CHAP. XII. The admiral of Brittany, with other lords, fights

the English at sea. Gilbert de Frelun makes
war against king Henry

89 CHAP. XIII. The university of Paris quarrels with sir Charles de Savoisy and with the provost of Paris 92

CHAP. XIV.
The seneschal of Hainault performs a deed of

arms with three others, in the presence of the
king of Arragon. The admiral of Brittany
undertakes an expedition against England 95

CHAP. XV.
The marshal of France and the master of the

cross-bows, by orders from the king of
France, go to England, to the assistance of
the prince of Wales

103 CHAP. XVI. A powerful infidel, called Tamerlane, invades

the kingdom of the king Bajazet, who marches against and fights with him 106

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CHAP. XVII.
Charles king of Navarre negotiates with the

king of France, and obtains the duchy of
Nemours. Duke Philip of Burgundy makes
a journey to Bar-le-Duc and to Brussels 108

CHAP. XVIII.
Tke duke of Burgundy dies in the town of

Halle, in Hainauit. His body is carried
to the Carthusian convent at Dijon, in
Burgundy

110 CHAP. XIX. Waleran count de St Pol lands a large force on

the Isle of Wight, to make war against
England, but returns without having
performed any great deeds

CHAP. XX.
Louis duke of Orleans is sent by the king to the

pope at Marseilles. The duke of Bourbon
is ordered into Languedoc, and the constable
into Acquitaine

116 CHAP. XXI. The death of duke Albert, count of Hainault,

and of Margaret duchess of Burgundy,
daughter to Louis earl of Flanders

120 CHAP. XXII. John duke of Burgundy, after the death of

the duchess Märgaret, is received by the principal towns in Flanders as their lord 122

114

PAGB
CHAP. XXIII.
Duke William count of Hainault presides at a

combat for life or death, in his town of
Quesnoy, in which one of the champions is
slain

124 CHAP. XXIV. The count de St Pol marches an army before

the castle of Mercq, where the English
from Calais meet and discomfit him

126 CHAP. XXV. John duke of Burgundy goes to Paris, and

causes the dauphin and queen to return
thither, whom the duke of Orleans was
carrying off, with other matters

136 CHAP. XXVI. Duke John of Burgundy obtains from the

king of France the government of Picardy.
An embassy from England to France. An
account of Clugnet de Brabant, knight 1577

CHAP. XXVII.
The war is renewed between the dukes of

Bar and Lorraine. Marriages concluded
at Compiegne. An alliance between the
dukes of Orleans and Burgundy

161 CHAP. XXVIII. The duke of Orleans, by the king's orders,

marches a powerful army to Acquitaine,
and besieges Blay and le Bourg

167

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