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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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goodàefs to pardon him; and, it it pleafed God, he will for the future behave himfelf in fuch a man-ner, that you and all the people of France (hall b$ fat is tied/ _ ! The conftable and the marfhals then went to feek the king of Navarre, who, coming again into the prefence of the Meg, placed himfelf between thé two queens, when the cardinal fpoke as follows : * My lord of Navarre, np one ought to be fur-prifed, if my lord the king of France is offended with you, for the crime you have committed. There is no occafion for me. to name it, for you have made it fo public, by your letters and otherwife, • that it is known to all. You are fo much beholden to him, that you ought never to have done it: you are of his blood, and nearly related to him ; be-fides, you are his liege man, and one of his peers, and have alfo efpoufed his daughter ; therefore this deed is fo much the more blameable. However, for the love and affeétion he bears my ladies the queens, here prefent, who have moft earneftly in-treated him in your behalf ; and, becaufe he ber lieves^ you have committed this crime through bad advifers, he pardons you heartily and willingly/ The two queens, and the king of Navarre, upon this, fell on their knees, and thanked the king. The cardinal added, 9 that in future if any one'of the king's relations, or others, fliould dare commit fuch a crime as the king of Navarre had done, and - even if it fhould again happen, to the king's £b*, to infult or injure the Ioweft officer the king had, ' TS -he m


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