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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 344



fiibjeâs, frequency m this bufinefs ; bal our peo-ple excufe themfèlves, and fay they cannot colleû any money as long as the free companies remain in the country ; for they have already killed three or lour of our treafurers, who were carrying fums of money towards the prince our coufm. • You will therefore tell him from us, that we entreat he will have the goodnefs to fend out of our kingdom thefe. wicked companies, and that he will leave with m fome of his knights, to whom, in his name, we wilt pay fuch fums of money as he demands, and which we hold ourfelvcs obliged and bound to pay him/ This was all the anfwer the knights could obtain* They took leave of don Pedro, and returned to the prince at Valhdolid ; to whom, and to his council, they related all they had feen or heard. This an-fwer made the prince more melancholy than before* becaufe he clearfy found that, though the king don Rrdro entered into agreements, he put off the ful-filling of them. During the flay the prince made at ValladoKd which was upwards of four of the hotteft months* the king of Majorca was confined to his bed, through ficknefs ; at which the prince and thç çtber lord* were very much concerned. At {his place, fir Arnold d?Andreghe$, and I? bègue de Villaines, with feveral knights of France and #rittajiy, who had been made prifoners, were ranfomed, OF exchanged, for fir Thomas Felton, fir Richard Caufton, fir Hugh Haftings and others, But fir Bertrand du Guefciin remained till in the power of the prince, for he was not ranfonied fa 33°


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