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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 122



io8 CHAP. CGXVI. THE KING OF ENGLAND DETAINS THE HOSTAGES AS PRISONERS.-—THE KINO OF CYPRUS USES 0REAT ENTREATIES WITH THE KINGS OF NA-VARRE AND ENGLAND AND THE PRINCE OF WALES, TO INDUCE THEM TO UNDERTAKE THIS CROISADE AGAINST THE SARACENS, ^BOUT this time, the kkg of England fhewed xnttch feiw to four dukes, uriz. the duke of Orleans, the duke of Anjou, the duke of Berry and the duke of Bourbon, Thefe lords had returned to Calais, whence they had liberty to make excurfioia» whither they thofe for three days ; but they were to return on the fourth day by futu-fet. The long had granted thi$ favor' with the good intent of their tmng nearer to make felicitations to their friends* and. that they might huftep their ranfoms which they were eager to do, . During the time the four above-mentioned lords were it Calais, they lent many and preffing mef* fcgti to the king of France, gad to the duke of A 'his ekbeft fon, v hgd nominated A 38 ho to nmonftrate with them on the iutv jpÔ of their ranfcms, which they had fvont and proceed m attend to at -the time-they.wenita Ewg* land, otherwife they would have undertake* it themfelves, threatening no longer to confider them* felves as prifoners. But although thefe lords were, as you know, very near relations to the king of France, their folicitors and meffengers were not liflened to, nor themfelves ran*


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