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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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moft loyally ferved us, and we hopef you will con-tinue to do fo ; fend back to king Philip his pre-fents, for you have no right to keep them : we have enough, thank God, for you and for ourfelves, and are perfectly well difpofed to do you all the good in our power, for the fervices you have ren-dered us/ . Sir Walter took out all the jewels, and, giving them to his coufin, the lord of Manfac, faid, ( Ride into France, to king Philip, and recommend me to him ; and tell him, that I thank him many times ' for the fine jewels he presented me with, but that it is not agreeable to the will • and pleafure of the king of England, my lord, that I retain them/ The knight did as he was commanded; but the king of France would not take back the jewels : he gave them to the lord of Manfac, who thanked the king for them, and had no inclination to refuff them. CHAP. CXXXIF. " / THE EARL OF DERBY TAKES MANY TOWNS AND CASTLES IN.. POITOU, AND THE CITY OF POI-TIERS. • • , JTT has been before mentioned, that the earl of Derby had remained in the city of Bourdeaux, during the fiege of Aiguillon. As foon as hp was informed that the duke of Normandy had raifed the fiege, he iffued out his fummons to all knights and fquires in Gafcony that were attached to the Englifh. 180


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