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CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.

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10. A powerful iundel, called Tamerlane, invades
the kingdom of king Bajazet, who marches
against and rights with him . . 29

17. 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 . 30

18. The duke of Burgundy dies in the town of

Halle, in Hainault. His body is carried to

the Carthusian convent at Dijon, in Bur-

gundy . . . . . ib.

19. Waleran, count de St. Pol, lands a large force

on the Isle of Wight, to make war against
England, but returns without having per-
formed any great deeds . . .32

20. 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 . . . . ib.

21. The death of duke Albert, count of Hainault,

and of Margaret, duchess of Burgundy, daugh-

ter to Louis earl of Flanders . 33

22. John, duke of Burgundy, after the death of the

duchess Margaret, is received by the principal

towns in Flanders as their lord . . 34

23. Duke William, count of Hainault, presides at a

combat for life or death, in his town of

Quesnoy, in which ono of the champions is

slain . . • • . ill.

24. The count de St. Pol marches an army before

the castle of Mcrcq, where the English from

Calais meet and discomfit him . . 35

25. John, duke of Burgundy, goes to Paris, and

causes the dauphin and queen to return thi-

ther, whom the duke of Orleans was carrying

off, with other matters . . .38

26. Duke John of Burgundy obtains from the king

of France the government of Picardy. An

embassy from England to France. An ac-

count of Clugnet de Brabant, knight . 43

27. The war is renewed between the dukes of Bar

and Lorraine. Marriages concluded at Com-

piegne. An alliance between the dukes of

Orleans snd Burgundy . . .41

28. The duke of Orleans, by the king's orders,

marches a powerful army to Acquitaine, and

besieges Blay and le Bourg . . 46

29. The duke of Burgundy prevails on the king of

Franco and his council, that he may have

permission to asscmblo men-at-arms to bo-

siege Calais . • . .47

30. The prelates and clergy of France are sum-

moned to attend the king at Paris, on the

subject of a union of the church . . 48

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31. The Liepenis eject their bishop, John of Bava-

ria, for refusing to be consecrated as a church-

man, according to his promise . .

32. Anthony, riuke of Limbourg, takes possession

of that duchy, and afterward of the town of

Maestricht, to the great displeasure of the

Liegcois .....

33. Ambassadors from pope Gregory arrive at

Paris, with bulls from the pope to the king
and university of Paris

34. The duke of Orleans receives the duchy of

Acquitaine, as a present, from the king of
France. A truce concluded between Eng-
land and France ....

35. The prince of Wales, accompanied by his two

uncles, marches a considerable force to wage

war against the Scots • • .

36. The duke of Orleans, only brother to Charles

VI. the well-beloved, king of France, is
inhumanly assassinated in the town of
Paris .....

37. The duchess of Orleans, with her younger son,

wait on the king in Paris, to make complaint

of the cruel murder of the late duke her hus-

band .....

38. The duke of Burgundy assembles a number of

his dependants, at Lille, in Flanders, to a
council, respecting the death of the duke of
Orleans. He goes to Amiens, and thence to
Paris .....

39. The duke of Burgundy offers his justification,

for having caused the death of the duke of

Orleans, in the presence of the king and his

great council ....

40. The king of France sends a solemn embassy to

the pope. The answer they reeeive. The

pope excommunicates the king and his adhe-
rents •

41. The university of Paris declares against the

pope della Luna, in the presence of the king

of France. King Louis of Sicily leaves Paris.
Of the borgne de la Heuse . •

42. The duke of Burgundy departs from Paris, on

account of the affairs of Liege. The king of

Spain combats the Saracen fleet. The king

of Hungary writes to the university of Paris

43. How all the prelates and clergy of Franco were

summoned to Paris. The arrival of the queen
and of the duchess of Orleans . .

44. The duchess dowager of Orleans and her son

cause a public answer to be made, at Paris, to

the charges of the duke of Burgundy against
the late duke of Orleans, and challenge the
duke of Burgundy for bis murder .

45. The conclusion of the duchess of Orleans'

advocate against the duke of Burgundy, and

the reply from the chancellor

46. Guy de Roye, archbishop of Rhcims, appeals

from the constitutions drawn up by the uni-

versity of Paris, which angers that body, and

they imprison his commissary . .

47. The duke of Burgundy assembles a large body

of men-at-arms to succour John of Bavaria

against the Licgcois, and combats them •

48. The king of France holds a grand council at

Paris, to consider on the manner of proceeding

against the duke of Burgundy for the murder

of the duke of Orleaus . . .

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49. The king of France is carried, by the princes

of the blood, to Tours, in Touraine. Peace

is made in the town of Chartres. The death

of the dowager-duchess of Orleans . . 129

50. The queen of Spain dies during the sitting of

the council at Pisa. The marriage of the

king of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden . 134

51. The king of France has a severe return of his

disorder. The marriage of the count de
Nevers with the damsel of Coucy. The war
of Aue de Viry, a Savoyard, with the duke
of Bourbon . . . .to.

52. Two combats take place at Paris in the pre-

sence of the king. The death of the arch-

bishop of Rheims. Tho council at Pisa . 135

53. The ambassadors to the council from the uni-

versity of Paris write letters to inform those

who had sent them of what had passed at this
council. Pictro della Luna and Gregory are
deprived of the papacy, and all persons for-
bidden by the holy council from obeying

either in any manner. Peter of Candia, a
Cordelier, is elected bishop of Rome by the

cardinals. Regulations for the approbation

of the general council . . . 141

54. The death of the bishop of Paris. The mar-

riages of the duke of Brabant with the niece
of the king of Bohemia, of the constable of
France's daughter with the son of Montagu,
grand-master of the household; of the king

of Cyprus with Charlotte de Bourbon . 143

55. The duke of Burgundy holds a great council at

Lille on his affairs. The death of the duchess

of Orleans . . . . 145

56. The town of Genoa rebels against Boucioaut,

marshal of Fra'.ce, the governor, white obey-
ing a summons from the duke of Milan . 146

57. The princes of the blood assemble, and resolve

to reform the management of the royal

finances. The death of Montagu . . 147

58. Duke Louis of Bavaria espouses the daughter of

the king of Navarre. The names of the lords

who came to Paris in obedience to the king's
orders . . . . .150

59. The king of France keeps royal state in his

palace, wherein several of the great lords

before mentioned hold many councils on tho
state of the nation . . . I5I

60. A great dissension takes place this year between

the king of Poland on the one hand, and the

grand-master of Prussia and his knights on
the other .... 154

61. The duke of Berry, by the king's commands,

returns to Paris. The marriage of the son of

the king of Sicily. The assembly that is

holden at Meun-le-Chastel . . 155

62. The king of Sicily goes to Provence and to

Bologna, to meet his rival, king Ladislaus.

The death of pope Alexander, and the elec-

tion of pope John . . . 156

63. The grand-master of Prussia marches a power-

ful army of Christians into Lithuania . 159

64. The duke of Berry quits Paris, and retires to his

own estates. He goes afterward to Angers,

and unites with the duke of Orleans and the

other princes of his party . . .160

65. The death of the duke of Bourbon. The pro-

clamation of the king of France. The duke

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of Orleans and his allies send letters to the
principal towns in France . . .161

66. la consequence of the negotiations between tho

two parties of Burgundy and of Orleans,

peace is made between them, and called
11 The Peace of Winchester," which was the
second peace .... 166

67. A meeting of the university and clergy is held

on the 23d of November, in the church of St.

Bernard, at Paris, on the state of the church 168

68. The lord de Croy is made prisoner when going

on an embassy from the duke of Burgundy to

the duke of Berry, to the great displeasure of
the latter . . . . .170

69. The duke of Orleans sends ambassadors to tho

king of France, with letters of accusation

against the duke of Burgundy and those of his
party . . . . .172

70. The death of the duke of Bar. The king of

France seuds an embassy to the duke of Bur-

gundy, and other matters . . .174

71. The duke of Orleans and his brothers send

letters to the king of France, to other lords,

and to several of the principal towns in France,

to complain of the duke of Burgundy . 175

72. The duke of Orleans and his brothers send a

challenge to the duke of Burgundy in his

town of Douay . . " . . 182

73. The duke of Burgundy sends an answer to tho

challenge of the duke of Orleans and his
brothers . . . . . ib.

74. The duke of Burgundy is discontented with sir

Mansart da Bos. He sends letters to require

tlie assistance of the duke of Bourbon . 183

73. A royal proclamation is isBued, that no person

whatever bear arms for cither of the parties of

the dukes of Orleans or of Burgundy. The

latter writes to the bailiff of Amiens . . 184

76. The Parisians take up arms against the Ar-

magnacs. A civil war breaks out in several

parts of France .... 185

77. Sir Clognet de Brabant is near taking Rethcl.

He overruns the country of Burgundy. Other
tribulations are noticed . . .186

78. The duke of Burgundy assembles a large army

to lay siege to the town of Ham, and leads

thither his Flemings . . . 187

79. The duke of Burgundy assembles another army

to march to Paris. Events that happened

during that time .... 193

80. The duke of Burgundy marches a large army

from Pontoise to Paris, through Melun. The

situation and conduct of the duke of Orleans 196

81. The duke of Burgundy leads a great force,

with the Parisians, to St. Cloud, against tho
Armagnacs . . . .198

82. The king of France seuds the count de St. Pol

to the Valois, and to Coney, and other cap-

taint to different parts against the Armagnacs 201

83. Sir Philip dc Servolles, bailiff of Vitry, lays

siege to the castle of Moycnnes. Other

places are by the king's officers reduced to

his obedience .... 202

84. The dnkes of Acquitaine and Burgundy march

to conquer Estarnpcs and Oounian. The
execution uf sir Mansart du Bos arid other
prisoners ..... 203

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85. The king of France sends different captains with

troops to harass the Armagnacs on the

frontiers. The defeat of tho count de la

Marcho .... 204

86. Tho king of France sends ambassadors to

England. The lord de Croy and the duke
of Bourbon's children obtain their liberty.

Of count Wali-ran de St. Pol . . 206

87. The dukes of Berry and of Orleans, with

others of their adherents, send an embassy

to the king of England. The consequences

of it . . . . 207

88. Duke Louis of Bavaria is driven out of Paris

by the Parisians, and his peoplo robbed. Of

the cardinal de Cambray, and the prohibition

of the king of England . . 210

89. The king of Sicily leaves Paris. The siege of

Domfront. The battle of St. Kcmy du

Plain. The siege of Bellcsmc, and other

events of the year . . . 211

90. Charles king of France, attended by other

princes, marches a large force from Paris to

Bourgcs. Letters from the king of England,

and other matters . . . 214

91. The town of Vcrvins is taken by sir Clugnet

de Brabant, and afterward retaken. Tho

castle of Gersies is won by sir Simon do

Clermont . . . .216

92. The king of France receives certain informa-

tion that his adversaries had formed an
alliance with the king of England. The

constable marches into the Boulnnnois . 217

93. The king of Franco lays siege to Fontenay and

to Bourges. The events that happened while

he remained there . . . 218

04. The king of France decamps, and lays siego to

Bourges on the opposite side. A treaty is

concluded between the two ]>artics . . 2*21

95. The princes and lords within the city of Bourges

wait on the king and the duke of Acquitaine,

aud afterward at Auxcrre . . 223

96. The king of France ordera his edict respecting

the peace to be sent to his different officers for
proclamation in the usual places, and other

matters !. . . 226

97. The war continues in the Boulonnois. The

king returns to Paris. The duke of Orleans

satisfies the English, and other matters . 228

98. The duke of Berry is dangerously ill. He is

visited by his daughter the duchess of Bour-

bon, and by the duke of Burgundy. Notice

of other matters . . . 229

99. The king of France holds a grand assembly at

Palis on tho reformation of abuses in tho
government. Other matters . . ib.

100. The duke of Acquitaine is displeased with his

chancellor. JaalouBics arise among the great

lords, and other matters . . 238

101. Henry of Lancaster, king of England, who had

been a valiant knight, dies in this year. Of

the alliance between him and the French

princes .... 239

102. The king's ministers aro greatly alarmed at the

arrest of sir Peter des Kssars and of the duke

of Bar. Other proceedings of tho Parisians 212

103. The Parisians propose whatever nicasutos they

please in the presence of the duke of Acqui-

different towns and castles. The king of
France marches his army from Peronne to
besiege Bapaumo . . . 305

123. The inhabitants of Arras fortify their town

very strongly, and burn and destroy several

handsome edifices which were around it . 307

124. Charles king of France, having reduced Ba-

paume to his obedience, marches to lay siege

to Arras, and to subject that city to his power 308

125. The duke of Brabant and the countess of

Hainault visit the king of France when before

Arras, and negotiate a peace for their brother

the duke of Burgundy and his allies . .311

126. The treaty of peace concluded at Arras, which

was the fifth, is read in the presence of the

duke of Acquitaine, and several other princes

of the blood-royal, and the oaths that were

taken in consequence . . . .313

127. Sigismund of Bohemia is elected emperor of

Germany, and receives the oaths of the greater

port of the lords of that country . . 315

128. The death of Ladislaus king of Naples. His

rival king Louis sends the marshal of France

to Naples, and other matters . .316

129. The duke of Burgundy, on the king's depar-

ture from before Arras, marches a force into

Burgundy. Other events that happened at

that period .... 317

130. Count Waleran de St. Pol marches about six

hundred combatants into the duchy of Lux-

embourg. The duke of Acquitaine goes to

Mehun-sur-Yevre . . . 318

131. The carl of Warwick and others from England

attend the council of Constance. The king

of France has solemn obsequies performed for

his brother the duke of Orleans . .319

The king and his grand council send forces to

attack the Burgundians. Other events that

happened •

Ambassadors arrive at Paris from England.
The king of France holds a grand festival.
The peace is everywhere preserved .
134. Three Portuguese perform a deed of arms
against three Frenchmen, in the presence of
the king of France. The Portuguese are
vanquished ....

The peace of Arras solemnly sworn to in the
presence of the king of France. It is after-
wards sworn to in divers other places .

The commonalty and clergy of Amiens are
assembled to swear to the observance of the
peace of Arras ....

137. The count Walcran de St. Pol dies at Yvoix,

in the county of Chiny in Luxembourg. Tho

princes of the blood go to Melun, by orders

from the queen and the duke of Acquitaine .

138. The king of England assembles a large army to

invade France. Ambassadors sent him from

that country. The answers they receivo .

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

140. Henry king of England makes great preparations

to invade France. He sends letters to the

king of France at Paris . .

tainc and the other princes. Cruelties com-

mitted by them . . . 244

104. The count de Vertus and several of the

nobility leave Paris. Other regulations and

edicts obtained from the king by the Parisians 247

105. King Ladislaus of Naples enters Rome with a

powerful army. The death of sir James do

la Riviere. The dismission of the chancellor,

and other matters . . . 249

106. 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 Pontoisc . . 251

107. The duke of Acquitaine orders the prisoners to

be liberated. The duke of Burgundy leaves

Paris. Several princes arrive there. Their

actions .... 260

108. The duke of Brittany comes to Paris. The

duke of Burgundy holds a council at Lille.

'J ho actions of the count de St. Pol, and

other matters that happened at this time . 264

109. The duke of Burgundy holds many councils to

consider of his situation, fearing that his ene-

mies would tum the king against him, which

they afterwards did ... 265

110. 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 . . . .267

111. Tho king of France, fearing the peace would be

broken, publishes other edicts for its preserva-

tion throughout the realm, and also respect-

ing the coin . ... 269

112. The king of Sicily sends back the daughter of

the duke of Burgundy. The duke writes let-

ters to the king of France, containing remon-

strances, and other matters . . 273

113. The duke of Burgundy goes to Antwerp. The

arrest of sir John de Croy, and other remark-

able events that happened about this period 278

114. The duke of Burgundy marches a large force

toward Paris. He fixes his quarters at Saint

Denis. The events that happened during

this march, and in consequence of it . 282

115. 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 . . , 289

116. The chains are taken away from the streets of

Paris. The Parisians are kept in great sub-

jection. Other royal edicts are proclaimed 295

117. T he duke of Burgundy holds a grand conference

with his nobleB in Arras, who promise to serve

him against all his enemies . . 299

118. A grand council held in the king's name at

Paris . . . . ib.

119.' The duke of Acquitaine leaves Paris, and joins

the king of France at Senlis. He marches

thence to lay Biege to the town of Compiegne 300

120. The king of France marches his army from

Compiegne to Soissons, which he besieges and

takes by Btorm: it is pillaged and destroyed 302

121. The king, after the capture of Soissons, marches

to St. Quentin, and thence to Peronne, to

facilitate his entrance into Artois . . 304

122. The duke of Burgundy places garrisons in

141. The king of England, while at Southampton,

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discovers a conspiracy of his nobles against

him. He lay* aiege to Haineur, and wins

that town .... 332

142. The canons of St. Gery in Cambray quarrel

with the inhabitants. The duke of Burgundy,

in consequence, makes war on Cambray . 334

143. 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 . . . 335

144. The king of England makes his entry into Har-

fleur. The regulations which he ordained.

He resolves to march to Calais. The disposi-

tion and government of the French . 337

145. The king of France and several of the princes

of the blood-royal hold a council at Rouen,

and resolve on fighting the English . . 338

146. The French and English meet in battle on the

plains of Azincourt. The English gain the

victory .... 340

147. The names of the princes, and other lords from

divers countries, who perished at this unfor-

tunate battle, and of those who were mado

prisoners .... 343

148. On the departure of the English, many French-

men visit the field of battle to seek their

friends, whom they bury, and other matters 347

149. King Henry embarks at Calais for England,

where he is joyfully received on his late suc-

cesses. The count de la Marche goes to

Italy 348

150. 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 . . ib.

151. 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 Acquitaine. The

arrival of the constable in Paris . 349

152. The duke of Brittany arrives at Paris. The

duke of Burgundy leaves Lagny-sur-Marne.

Tbe capture of sir Martclet du Mesnil and

Ferry de Mailly . . .350

153. The bishop of Arras causes the sentence that

had been pronounced against Jean Petit to

be revoked. The emperor of Germany

comes to Paris . . . 351

154. A heavy tax is laid on the kingdom of France

by the government, to the great discontent of

the Parisians. Events that happened in con-

Kqnence of it . . . 352

155. 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 between France

and England .... 353

156. Jennet de Poix and others, by command of the

duke of Burgundy, march secretly to Saint

Denis, and make inroads on different parts of

France .... 354

157. Lihons, in Santcrrc, pillaged by many captains

who had taken up arms. The capture of the

castle of Beaumont. The storming the castle

of Neele. And other matters . .

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