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CHAP. XXXI.
The names of the princes, and other lords

from divers countries, who perished at
this unfortunate battle, and of those who
were made prisoners

185 CHAP. XXXIII. On the departure of the English, many

Frenchmen visit the field of battle to seek their friends, whom they bury, and other matters

195 CHAP. XXXIV. King Henry embarks at Calais for England,

where he is joyfully received on his late successes. The count de la Marche goes to Italy

199 CHAP. XXXV. The king of France and his princes are

much grieved on hearing the melancholy event of the battle of Azincourt. Of the duke of Burgundy, and other matters

200 CHAP. XXXVI. The Parisians and members of the university

of Paris wait on the duke of Acquitaine
to propose certain measures of public
safety. The death of the duke of Acqui.
taine. The arrival of the constable in
Paris

205

CHAP. XXXVII.
The duke of Brittany arrives at Paris. The

duke of Burgundy leaves Lagny sur
Marne. The capture of sir Martelet du :
Mesnil and Ferry de Mailly

209 CHAP. XXXVIII. The bishop of Arras causes the sentence

that had been pronounced against master
Jean Petit to be reyoked. The emperor
of Germany comes to Paris

212 CHAP. XXXIX. A heavy tax is laid on the kingdom of

France by the government, to the great
discontent of the Parisians. Events that
happened in consequence of it

218 CHAP. XL. The emperor of Germany arrives in London.

The brother to the king of Cyprus comes
to Paris. The death of the duke of
Berry. Many embassies take place be-
tween France and England

224 CHAP. XLI. Jennet de Poix and others, by command of

the duke of Burgundy, march secretly to
Saint Denis, and make inroads on dif-
ferent parts of France

228 CHAP. XLII. Lihons, in Santerre, pillaged by many cap

PAGE tains who had taken up arms. The capture of the castle of Beaumont. The storming the castle of Neele. And other matters

230

CHAP. XLIII.
The duke of Burgundy increases his men

at arms. The marriage of the lord de
la Trimouille. The duke of Clarence
embarks a large army for Harfleur 245

CHAP. XLIV.
The emperor of Germany and the king of

England come to Calais. Duke John of
Burgundy meets them there. The mat-
ters that were then transacted

247

CHAP. XLV.
The duke of Burgundy goes to Valen-

ciennes, in obedience to a summons which
he receives from the dauphin. They
mutually swear friendship to each other 250

CHAP. XLVI.
Duke William count of Hainault carries his

son-in-law the dauphin to St Quentin,
and thence to Compiegne, where he dies.
The conduct observed on this journey 254

CHAP. XLVII.
The Neapolitans rebel against their king,

Jacques de la Marche, and make war on

PAGE him. They take the queen prisoner. The consequences that follow

257 CHAP: XLVIII. The earl of Dorset, governor of Harfleur,

makes an incursion into the country of Caux, and is combated by the French. The emperor creates the count of Savoy a duke

260

CHAP. XLIX.
Duke William, count of Hainault, dies at

Bouchain. John of Bavaria declares war
against his niece, daughter to the late
duke William

263

CHAP. L.
The duke of Burgundy serds letters to many

of the principal towns in France, de-,
scribing the state of those who govern
the kingdom

265 CHAP. LI. Sir Louis Bourbon, knight, is arrested and

executed. The queen of France is banished to Blois, and thence to Tours

278 CHAP. LII. The commonalty of Rouen put to death

their bailiff, sir Raoul de Gaucourt. They seize the government of the town. The arrival of the dauphin at Kouen 280

CHAP. LIII.
The death of Louis king of Sicily. The

conduct of the leaders of companies.
The overthrow of Raymonnet de la
Guerre. The destruction of the town of
Aumale

285 CHAP: LIV. The king's garrison in Peronne carries on a severe war against the countries attached to the duke of Burgundy

290 CHAP. LV. The duke of Burgundy sends ambassadors

to many of the king's principal towns, to form alliances with them. The oaths that were made on the occasion

292 CHAP. LVI.. King Henry of England returns to France

with a large army, and takes many towns and" fortresses. The council of Constance, where pope Martin is elected head of the church

297 CHAP. LVII. The lord de Canny is sent by the king of

France ambassador to the duke of Bur. gundy, whom he finds at Amiens. The answer he receives from the duke

300 CHAP. LVIII The lord de Canny, on his return from his

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