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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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he performed. But he perceived the embarrafled Hate of public affairs, and that the three eftates were defirous of giving the king of Navarre his liberty. Sir William having made his preparations, the citizens were apprifed what they were io do : he prmed himfelf at all points, put on a fliort gown, and oyer all his cloak. He had under his arm a fmall battle-axe, and, thus equipped, he came, at-tended by his fervant, whom he had let into the fecret, to walk upon the fquare before the caftle, as had been of late his cuftom. He walked there fo long a 'time, that the governor, who ufually came to the gate twice or thrice about that time, opened the gate of the caftlë to look about him, but it was only the wicket-gate, and he placed him-felf right before it. When fir William perceived him, he approached nearer by little and little, fa-luting him moft refpeélfuily; The governor, though he returned the falute, kept his pofition. Sir Wil-liam, however, at laft came up to him/and began to converfe with him on different fubje6ls : he in-quired if he had heard what was doing in • France. The governor, from being conftantly (hut up in the caftle, had enjoyed little communication from without, and, being eager to learn the news, replied that he had heard nothing, and would thank him to let him know what was paling. ( Very wil-lingly/ anfwered fir William: .€ Jtis reported in France, that the kings of Denmark and Iceland have made an alliance, and have fworn never to ret turn to their own countries before they lhall have deftroyed "".877


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