I found this:
Vitae Paparum Avenionensium, hoc est, Historia Pontificum Romanorum qui in Gallia sederunt ab anno Christi 1305. usque ad annum 1394. Stephanus Baluzius Tutelensis magnam partem nunc primùm edidit, reliquam emendavit ad vetera exemplaria, notas adjecit & collactionem actorum veterum. Tomus primus [-secundus]: Vitae Paparum Auenionensium, hoc est, Historia Pontificum romanorum qui in Gallia sederunt ab anno Christi 1305. usque ad annum 1394. Stephanus Baluzius Tutelensis magnam partem nunc primùm edidit .., Volume 1
apud Franciscum Muguet Regis, Cleri Gallicani, & illustrissimi Archiepiscopi Parisiensis typographum, 1693
https://books.google.de/books?id=0Up2CT ... ia&f=false
Getting the right words, I also got the text of 1614.
L'Histoire et chronique de Provence de Caesar de Nostradamus,....
César de Nostredame
S. Rigaud, 1614 - Provence (France) - 1092 pages
https://books.google.de/books?id=uErLFT ... 14&f=false
The passage is indeed at page 411 (as the other source noted):
I understand, that the Tuchins had been real in 1361, and I assume, that the author didn't lie about the card playing customs of his own time: the Valets were possibly called Tuchim or Tuchin in the Provence in 1614.
The major events connected to the terminus "Tuchin" seem to have happened later (till 1384), so the fact of the "Tuchin use for valets in 1614" naturally doesn't tell us, that playing cards existed already in 1361.
From Charles IV we know, that he had a journey to the region of Provence in 1365 ... in the discussion to the prohibition in Bern 1367 we have the argument, that Charles IV possibly imported card playing to Bern in 1365 at the same opportunity.
Long discussions to this point at: