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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
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left ins battalion and the earl of Montfort, at the tine with him, as foon as he perceived Ms inten-tions, and advanced into the plan to meet Mm. When the lord de Beaumanoir came up, he fa* luted him very humbly, and faid ; 4 I intreat of you, fir John Chandos, in the name of God, that we may bring thefe two lords to fome agreement ; for it is a great pity that fo many good perfons who are here fhould flaughter each other in fupport of their opinions/ Sir John Chandos gave Mm a very different anfwer than he expe&ed from what had paffed on the preceding evening. 1 Lord de Beaumanoir, I would advife you not to make any more attempts at peace to-day ; for our men declare that, if they can inclofe you within their ranks, they will kil you. You will fay to lord Charles de Biais, that happen what lAay, the lord John de Montfort is determined to rifk the event of a combat. Have done, there-fore, with all ideas of peace or agreements ; for he will tMs day be duke of Brittany, or die in the field/ When the lord de Beaumanoir had received this anfwer from Chandos, he was mightily enraged, and replied ; 4 Chandos, Chandos, that is not lefs the intention of my lord, who has as good a will to fight as the lord John de Montfort : Ms army are alio of the fame mind/ At thefe words, he fet off without faying any thing more, and went to lord Charles and the barons of Brittany, who were waiting for him. Sir i86


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