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PAOL CHAP. X. The duke of Brabant and the countess of

Haiņault visit the king of France when before Arras, and negociate a peace for their brother the duke of Burgundy and his allies

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CHAP. XÌ.
The treaty of peace concluded at Arras,

which was the fifth, is read in the pre-
sence of the duke of Aquitaine, and
several other princes of the blood-royal,
and the oaths that were taken in con-
sequence

CHAP. XII.
Sigismund of Bohemia is elected emperor

of Germany, and receives the oaths of
the

greater part of the lords of that country

CHAP. XIII.
The death of Ladislaus king of Naples. His

rival king Louis sends the marshal of
France to Naples, and other matters

CHAP. XIV.
The duke of Burgundy, on the king's de-

parture from before Arras, marches a
force into Burgundy: Other events that
happened at that period

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PAGE CHAP. XV. Count Waleran de St Pol marches about six

hundred combatants into the duchy of Luxembourg. The duke of Acquitaine goes to Mehun-sur-Yevre.

88 CHAP. XVI. The earl of Warwick and others from Eng

land attend the council of Constance. The king of France has solemn obsequies perforined for his brother the duke of Orleans

91 CHAP. XVII. The king and his grand council send forces

to attack the Burgundians. Other events that happened

95 CHAP. XVIII. Ambassadors arrive at Paris from England.

The king of France holds a grand festival. The peace is everywhere preserved

99 CHAP. XIX. Three Portuguese perform a, deed of arms

against three Frenchmen, in the presence of the king of France. The Portuguese are vanquished

114 CHAP. XX. The peace of Arras solemnly swan to in

the presence of the king of France. It

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PAGE is afterwards sworn to in divers other places

116 CHAP. XXI. The commonalty and clergy of Amiens are

assembled to swear to the observance of
the peace of Arras

CHAP. XXII.
The count Waleran de St Pol dies at

Yyoix, in the county of Chiny in Lux,
embourg. The princes of the blood go
to Melun, by orders from the queen and
the duke of Acquitaine

121 CHAP. XXIII. The king of England assembles a large ar

my to invade France.' Ambassadors sent him from that country. The answers they receive

129 CHAP. XXIV. The duke of Burgundy sends ambassadors

to the duke of Acquitaine. The answers they receive. He takes the oath

133 CHAP. XXV. Henry king of England makes great pre

parations to invade France. He sends letters to the king of France at Paris 196

CHAP. XXVI.
The king of England, while at Southampton,

discovers a conspiracy of his pobles

against him. He lays siege to Harfleur, and wins that town

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CHAP. XXVII.
The canons of St Gery in Cambray quarrel

with the inhabitants. The duke of Bur-
gundy, in consequence, makes war on
Cambray

147 CHAP. XXVIII. The king of France collects a great body of

men at arms from all parts of his kingdom to oppose the English. The 'summons he issues on the occasion

152 CHAP. XXIX. The king of England makes his entry into

Harfleur. The regulations which he or-
dained. He resolves to march to Calais,
The disposition and government of the
French

158 CHAP. XXX, The king of France and several of the

princes of the blood royal hold a council at Rouen, and resolve on fighting the English

164 CHAP. XXXI. The French and English meet in battle on

the plains of Azincourt. The English
gain the victory

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