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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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• mt up Calais ; ' and on tîiefe conditions 1 promiFe yoi| my pardon.1 . " . The Lombard then returned to. Calais, ynà kept every thing fecrét. In the mean time, fir Greoflrjf de Chargny thought himfelf fure of.having Calais* and fiflfued out privately his fummons for five hun-dred lances : the greater part were ignorant where he intended to leaçl them ; for it was only known to a, few barons. I do not believe be had even informed the king Of France of his plan, as he wouhf have dtffuâdeÀ him from it, on account of ih* tructe. Thé Lombard had confented to deliver up the town id him, the laft night of the year, witji which he made the fcljig of England Wquaipteà by meaiis'of his brother*. *' wpm WATtm OF fi4M»i iRiWBiii TtaR KINO O# ; BVftLANB,.' HMHER ; TlfE BANNER'0#î vSUt • WÀLTM* IJÀNNT, wtrà SIR «soriHiy an fcaaRGNY AWE TMEr FRENCH, , • : • ' ^fHEN the king of, England wa£ informed of this, and knew that the 4ay was. for a cer* tainty axed, he |et out fropf Eogland .yifch thref. 1 . ... 1 . . ... hundred i i »ii , I mm in r-, 'ii'"n » •fr-ff. • lii-tAi I ét i.t.i.i.nti.i^ i.i .i , , " .' ' Mr Ayifieiy de Pavte was appointed çfrrimrfniief of the galleys %yfhe king, dated Wefitaiuftef, 24th April Ï348'.^îr Aymeiy does not feem to haVe foVfeîted Edward^*coùfideuce : 1 therefore 4ainlt, with M. Levefque, that i^vefbury's accouat is more probable. VOL. II. R 4 D&us


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