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PAGZ and edicts obtained from the king by the Parisians

165

CHAP. XXI.
King Ladislaus of Naples enters Rome with

a powerful army. The death of sir James
de la Riviere. The dismission of the
chancellor, and other matters

173

CHAP. XXII.
The ambassadors from the king of France

return with those from the princes to
Paris. They are joined by others, who
negotiate a fourth peace at Pontoise

182

CHAP. XXIII.
The duke of Acquitaine orders the prisoners

to be liberated. The duke of Burgundy
leaves Paris. Several princes arrive there.
Their actions

212

CHAP. XXIV.
The duke of Brittany comes to Paris. The

duke of Burgundy holds a council at
Lille. The actions of the count de Saint
Pol, and other matters that happened at
this time

229

CHAP. XXV.
The duke of Burgundy holds many councils

to consider of his situation, fearing that his

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enemies would turn the king against him,
which they afterwards did

234

CHAP. XXVI.
Duke Louis of Bavaria marries at Paris. Of

those who had been banished on account of
the discords between the dukes of Orleans
and Burgundy, and of many other incidental
matters

241

CHAP. XXVII.
The king of France, fearing the peace would

be broken, publishes other edicts for its
preservation throughout the realm, and
also respecting the coin

247

CHAP. XXVIII.
The king of Sicily sends back the daughter of

the duke of Burgundy. The duke writes
letters to the king of France, containing
remonstrances, and other matters

264

CHAP. XXIX.
The duke of Burgundy goes to Antwerp.

The arrest of sir John de Croy, and other
remarkable events that happened about this
period

283 CHAP. XXX. The duke of Burgundy marches a large force

toward Paris. He fixes his quarters at

PAG2 Saint Denis. The events that happened during this march, and in consequence of it

299

CHAP. XXXI.
On the retreat of the duke of Burgundy from

St Denis, the king of France issues orders
throughout his kingdom to raise forces to
march against him

324

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ARMAGNACS ON THE FRONTIERS.- -THE
DEFEAT OF THE COUNT DE LA MARCHE.

MANY of the nobles and captains were now sent by the king to the countries of such as were confederates with the duke of Orleans and his party. In the number, the count de la Marche was ordered into the Orleanois, to subject it to the king's obedience, in company with the lord de Hambre.

VOL. III.

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