The chroniclers touch on the event very casually, laying more stress on the opportunity it gave Louis XI.
Louis XI was in these instances the willing agent of avenging fate.
Louis XI was a very patient and practical man of the world; but (like many good business men) he was mad.
On the extinction of the family, the lordship was assigned by Louis XI.
He had as little comprehension of the character of the man with whom he was to deal as he had of Louis XI.
He was ready for intrigue with any power and had approached Louis XI.
For four centuries Louis XI was credited with the authorship of the tales mentioned.
If the two together heard their counterfeits express such perfect fidelity, how Louis XI.
Louis XI, always worried about his health, was anxious to have in his library the works of Rhazes.
Louis XI trusted no one but himself, while he played with the trust of all, and his game was the safest.