D'Epernon submits to Henry IV and south-east of France is pacified (36 words)

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With the submission of the Duke of Epernon to Henry IV, the entire south-east of France is pacified. The only remaining opposition to Henry IV's kingship within France comes from the Duke of Mercoeur in Brittany.

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Editors. "D'Epernon submits to Henry IV and south-east of France is pacified". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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