Sir John Fastolf, captain of Le Mans, 27.
_Peace Conferences at Arras--broken off by England._ 14 Sept.
_Death of the Duke of Bedford at Rouen. The Duke of York made Regent._ 21 Sept.
_The Duke of Burgundy deserts England, and makes a separate peace with France._
_Recovery of Paris by the French._ _The Duke of York lands in Normandy, and recovers several places from the French._ _Calais besieged by the Duke of Burgundy, but relieved by the Duke of Gloucester._
_James I. of Scotland murdered._ 16 July.
_The Duke of York recalled from France, and the Earl of Warwick sent in his place._
_Death of Warwick at Rouen. York made Regent again._ _Peace Conferences at Calais--ineffectual._
John Paston's introduction to Margaret Mauteby, 34.
His marriage to her, 35.
_Release of the Duke of Orleans_, 36.
John Paston ill in London, 47.
William Paston and Chief-Justice Fortescue both too ill to go on circuit, 51.
Death of William Paston, 56.
Disputes of Agnes Paston with the Vicar of Paston, 62.
_Marriage of Henry VI. with Margaret of Anjou_, 62.
_Parliament of Bury.--Arrest and death of Gloucester._ _Death of Cardinal Beaufort._
John Paston dispossessed of Gresham by Lord Molynes, 102.
A relief claimed by Lady Morley, 75.
_Daniel said to be out of favour_, 75.
Affray at Coventry between the retainers of Sir Robert Harcourt and Sir Humphrey Stafford, 78.
Death of Edmund Paston--his nuncupative will dated 21 March, 85.
_Robert Wenyngton captures a fleet of 100 ships_, 90.
Friar Hauteyn's claim to Oxnead, 63, 87.
John Paston again occupies Gresham, 88, 102.
The King in the Marches of Wales, 96.
_Capture of Rouen by the French._ Stephen Scrope a suitor of Elizabeth Paston, 93, 94.
John Paston's wife driven out of Gresham, 102, 103.
_Impeachment of the Duke of Suffolk_, 101.
John Paston presents a petition to the King in Parliament against Lord Molynes, 102.
Foreigners light on the coast of Norfolk, and take people prisoners, 105, 106.
Battle of Fourmigni--Sir Thomas Kiriel taken prisoner, 120.
The Duke of Suffolk's letter to his son, 117.
April or May.
Daniel enters the manor of Brayston, 108, 119.
_The Duke of Suffolk murdered at sea_, 120, 121.
New appointments to offices of state, 123.
_Jack Cade's rebellion_, 126.
_Loss of Cherbourg, the last place held by the English in Normandy_, 131.