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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
page 278



it was not of jmy fi%ë3 and, having entered the ditch, paffed through. The fervants, awakened by the noife, ran to their mafter, who was afleep, and faid; r My lord, rife inftantly ; for the caftle is furrounded by a large body of men at arms, who are forcing their way into it/ Àymery Was much alarmed, and rofe as fpeedily as he could ; but notwith (landing his hafte, he could not arm himfelf before his court-yard was filled with foldiers. He was thus made prifoner with his miftrefs ; but nothing was pillaged in the caftle, on account of the exifttng truce between France and England ; and befides fir Geoffry only wanted to take Àymery. He was greatly pleafed with his fuccefs, and carried "fir Àymery to St. Omer, where he did not fuffer him to languifti in prifon, but had him put to death, with much cruelty, in the market-place of St. Omer, in the prefence of the knights and common people of the country, who had been fent for thither. Thus died fir Aymery de Pavie; but his miftreft efcaped, for his (fcath freed her, and fiie afterwards attached herfelf to a fquire of France. 'pHlS year of our Lord 1349, there came from Germany, perfons who performed public peni-tenciesbywhippingthemfelves with fcourges having iron hooks, fo that their backs and ftioulders were torn: they chaunted alfo, in a piteous manner, canticlesbfthe nativity and fufferings of our Saviour, S 4 and 863.


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