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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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made Mm, anfwercd} cSir king, 1 'Mm alfo 1 requeft to make you ; and 1 beg of 10% in the name of our friendihip md «?uneâioiit that you will not deny it to me.' Bom Pedro, who could rtfttfe him nothing, moi cheerfully aflented, faying ; 4My lord laid fair coufin, whatever 1 have is yours/ Upon which, the prince replied ; 4 Sir king, I entreat and beg of you to pardon all the ill which your rebellious fubje&s have done againft you. You will do an aft of kindnefs and generofity, and will by this means remain in peace in your kingdom. , But I except from this amnefty Gomez Garilz ; for I am willing that you fhould do with him as beft pieafes you/ The king don Pedro granted this favor, though much againft his inclination : he dared not refufe it, feeling himfelf under: fo many obligations : he there-fore anfwered, * Fair coufin, I willingly grant your requeft.* All the Spanifh prifoners who were in the army of the prince were fent for, and he gave them up to the king don Pedro, their lord. The king kiffed the carl don Sancho, his brother, and forgave him all Ms mifdeeds towards him, as well as all the others, on condition they would fwear fealty, homage and Service, and would become his vaffals, and acknow-ledge him for their lord. This courtefy and much more did die prince to don Pedro, who but very little remembered them., as you will fee in the continuation of this hiftory. x He made alfo very liberal prefents to the barons of Spain who had been Ms prifoners. If the king mold have hid them given up to hixn* in his rage, ho WQUld


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