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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 457



The ifilmliitailts of Cfaâtals wife mmA pkW at fhriv departure, and gave thinks té Ge4 for & After expreffing their obligations te thé lard ie Grancy for Ihe kindnefè be had done them, they prefeuted him with five fattidfèil litres fot hitafèlf and his people. They intreated the lord John de Befars, who was prefont and a dear neighbour, to remain, to advife sud affift them'. He counted to their rèqueft, lor. the handfome falary they allowed him, and fet about fortifying; thé city in thofe places which wort the weakeft. • . CHAP. CXCIV/ * f HE ÈÀÏtL ]}£ ftÔUCY f AtEt A SEÊÔftÛ tlWË. • J^BOUT tMf **mL « ** t*a giftifofli of Vely and Itaacy* uitoii: togWher,* 'mi took'by aflault the town of 8rffaaDef, which they garrHbnëd With alt 4fts of p©bpk % the dftplsiil of it wan Ha-àëquk Frttftyôi*, a lad from Coioghe on the Rhine. He wé» lb etttftl ift all his eseutim% that hé (hewed neither pity nor mercy to any one who fell m his way. HejMint all thu country, flaying mm, wo-ifaeii and children whom he could not ranfom aé-Wording to hi* will. 'The earl of -motley, whê lui Hill at htart the toll of hii- town and eaftte, which thefe robbers • f Iiwns in Picardy, diocefe of Laon. had 44»'


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