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Page 119. So that when he had arrived in Paris, the said

duke ubided by nothing which he had promised. Grafton, speaking of the duke of Burgundy's visit to Paris, at page 543, states as under:

“ Sone after these doynges, came to Parys with a great companie Philip, duke of Burgoyn, which was of the regent, and the ladie his wife, honourably receyved, and highly feasted. And after long consultation had, for the recoveryng of the townes, lately by the French king stollen and taken, it was agreed, that the duke of Bedford should raise an armie, for the recoverie of the sayde fortresses, and that the duke of Burgoyn should be his deputie, and tary at Parys, for the defence of the same.”

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