Every feature of his infancy was a marked contrast to the early life of the Count of Charolais.
There is a grand chain of mountains on the right, called the Charolais.
Other affairs occupied the Count of Charolais until late in the summer of 1466.
During his absence, the Countess of Charolais had died and been buried at Antwerp.
During this discussion the Count of Charolais became very restive.
In the meanwhile the count of Charolais obtained the surrender of Ponthieu.
In Dinant this feeling was high, and there was, moreover, a manifestation of special animosity against the Count of Charolais.
The Count of Charolais sat down on two heaps of straw, and had his wound dressed.
This he said laughingly, knowing well that this language was just the sort of flattery to touch the Count of Charolais.
In proportion to the resignation displayed by the king was the joy of the Count of Charolais at seeing himself so near to peace.