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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.3

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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.3
page 86



England, who loved him much, Willed it flioutd be. fo. He was certainly worthy of it ; for he was à fweet tempered knight, courteous, benign, amiable, liberal, courageous, prudent and loyal in all%atfairs, and bore himfelf valiantly on every occafiorl : there liras none more beloved and efteemed by the krlights and ladies of his time. Whilft the commifîiotters and deputies of the Ring of England were taking feifiû and pofleflion of the aforefaid lands, according to the articles of peace, other commiffioners and deputies were on the frontiers of France with commiffioners from that king, ordering all men at arms, who were gar-rifoned in the different cailles and forts of France, fo evacuate and furrender " them to thé king of France, under pain of confifcâtioh and death. . There were fome knights and fquires attached to England who obeyed, and furrendered, or made their companions furrender, fuch forts as they held : but there were others who would not obey, faying that they made war in the name of the king of Navarre. There were alfo fome from different countries, who were great captains and pillagers, that would not, on any account, leave the country ; fuch as Germans, Brabanters, Flemings, Hainaulters, 6a3f-côns and bad Frenchmen, who had been im-poverifhed by the war : thefe perfons perfevered in fh ur wkkednefs, and did afterwards much mifchief to the kingdom* When th? captains of the forts had handfomely delivered them up, with all they contained, they marched 1%


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