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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.4

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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.4
page 129



}l7. t|c king ofNjy^rtp bjid |îvcfj him, and where h| died. Gocf have mprcy on jiis foul ! for wjiijft he Ived and remaiped in the wprld he was a mpft ya-liant knight* - Nearly at tfijs jferiod^ fir Raymond de ^|arneilj who hfd changed his party from the |£ngli(h tq the French, wa§ 'rectum* f° ^s owR cpj^prry frp^| Pafis, when fie met with a difagrpeafyle accident. Qp his roadf he encountered a body pf Engjifhj kelpnging tp fjie forces x of fir Hujh Calverley^ cpmmanc|ed by a knight of Poitou^ and came fo fuddenly apipnjg; then} that he cpuic| not efc$pve : he iffs thi^s tfkep, and carried prifonef tp the came^ t%e fcpigftt if Poitou. Tfye capture of fir J%f 2 morçd yp ^qpwn ii? Epgjand, ' and capîe to the king's Jc^pwJedjge^ jvhp immediately wrpte to the Jcni^t, pr^eriç^ jtiim to that enemy an*} tra#pr % JjUympAd de Marneil direftly tp En^? l#id, pjp fM1?? He woijijd wreak fych Vfi^ancç that Jt .fhoi^d fejy;e |s fa example toallpther^ and that he would pf y fr\m fm thpufpd francs for jji.i? ffnfàm, QepffiJ. d'Argerjçpn, wh? tad t$*epiir j[layu?P,tid, waf not willing 9? difpbey thç pnfors $f bip foyereîgç apd lord, and rejpli^cd he ypujd pun&y&Uy follpw his ^^fipds. ' £ir Raymond de Marpeil jvas inforipçd that thç KipÇ of England wilhed # haye Ms perfoe, aod ||d fent orders to tjhat cfÇçft j aqd plfo that fir (Jeqffry va? 4cternpÂf}çd fo pbey hpi. )3e was therefore spore glared thapeyer,^ pot Yflthoyt repfpn. He fcgan to tpt$er .in h^ prifon the ropft piteou^ fHPins, infçmiiçh ' |h|t t|e pcrfon who I 3 guarded


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