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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2
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•hat we ihty Ikvé fétii pertniffioil; if you wilf. %'are our lives and fortunés.1 wè will furrender.this caftle dp to jrètt * -lié evrl replied; ; ^r*%os, fir4 A'gos, fan will not get offfo: we know tiat you are very1 Jinch difeeffed^ antf that we cantate yod wh'enevfef #ë pïeafè; fbt( your caftle ndw* dnïy ftahâif ufW péûpk:' you muft furtëùdër ^oiirfelv^ iip? dticoïidî^ tionally, and fo lhall you be ^received.' glt À1^^ ^ftârfa^ faid; r CertkMy, àr, if w'e-4oMrfiilèTo. Ilëld ycra of fuch "'honour a^d'^aïlkâWyjmil^otl will Ihew us every mark of* foVotiï,' as1 ybu wôiild wilh the king of France Ihould-do towards any pf your knights ; and, pleafe God, you Will never ftain your honor and nobility for a few poor foldiçrs, that' are within hete, w*ho haVe gained? thèfr money witfe great jlain rfnd trouble, tfnd'^ditf I brtafght with me from Provence, Savoy and Dauphiné': • for know, that if the lowe^ of our flien be not treaty| with mercy, #s ly elf as;the. higheft, t ye. will fell dur lives iii ,Aich a m^er, as noiie befieged ever did; before^ J theref^.rç iptreat of you to H#en to me, and' tteat us lîfce br^to^ foidiers, tti^we may feel oùrfeïves obliged to you.' ,.'•• The three Rights fwithclrew to a little ditfanea, an^çojjiVerfed : a .long time ; together ;. when, con-tfderjn^ the gallantry pC.fir^ Agps, that he was a fpjeijgper, and tjefides, that they could not under-pine, the dungeon, they returned, and faid to hirax f Sir Agos, we lhall bô.btipfpy always-.to 'treat every ftranger knight as a brother at atftw ;» afld it; fair fir, you and yours wilh to leave the çaflflej yttt*i6ilft G 4 carry 87


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