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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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worthy of fuch ta honor, nor did it appertain to hm to feat himfelf at the tabic of fo great a king, er of fo valiant a man as he bad (hewn himfelf by jut aftions that day/ He added alfo with » nobis m ; ' Dear fir, do not make a poor meal becaufe the Almighty God has not gratified your wifties in the event of this day; for be affured that my lord «nd father will fbew you every honor and friend* ihip in his power, and will arrange your ranfora fi reafonabiy, that you will henceforward mlways remain friends. In my pinion, you have caufe to be glad that the fuccefs of this battle did not turn but as you defired ; for you have this day acquired fuch high renown for prowefs, that you have fur-paffed all the beft knights on your'fideu I do not, dear fir, fay this to flatter you, for all thofe of our fide who have feen and obferved the aâions of each party, have unanimoufly allowed this to be your due, ai\d decree you the prize and garland for it/ . ' At tie end of this fpeech there were murmurt of praife heard from every one ; and the French ftid, the prince had fpoken nobly and truly, and that he would be one of the moft gallant princes h\ Çbriftendom, if God lhould grant him life to pur* lue his career of glory*. ' f . '• CHAP. • Extraâ taken from the convent of the Frères Mineurs» in Ém city of Poitiers, of the names of thofe knights *ho wei% jfeiB m the battle of Poitiers, and other gentlemen tftat trers buried m that convent. * ¥k% the underneath knight? : ' 346


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