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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 140



We are ignorant ^fhat is become of liijto, &r ibft did not remain in ffaii town a moment after yo« had begum to befiegc it. But it will be very imd for us to far-tender ourfdres in thé manner yon infift on, who ire foMicrs lent heœ for pny, juft.a§ • your commande rs may fend you, or you may b* obliged to k by perianal ferrke $ and, before we accept of fuch a bargain, UPC will fell our lires fo dearly that report ihatt fpeak ôf k * htmdraf 'years henee. Tfccfcum, tfcenrfba% j» JKhc duke af Lancafter, and tell him to accept of us, in %çpwr teous manner, wpén œrtasti «tenus of fmafom. as he would wi(h foould toe done jeoany of his own party, fhould they happen to be fo ttofortwaftu' Sir {iutfeard tfrfwcfcd, that Jue wmud very n#, lin^y do fo to the utmoft of his power, With thefe words, 'he returned to the duke, ja©d took with him the -captai de jfcich, ihe fords ie Rafe» and de Murident, the better t» forwgkfdrthe&ufi* nefs. When thefe tomis were come ômoahe (duke'* ' pretence, they remonftiaied -ninth aim m ofofpçfttr ly, and with fuch good fuccefe, -that :hegra*ttf# eheir Tequeft, aid received the &iirhmgtob yfjafa Silveftre Budes, and their mm, am,mercy as jwiir foners. Thus 'had he once more pofieffion ttf ^te;çpftl« •of Mont-paon, and received *he»boiiKÈge -of the inhabitants of the town. He placed there two gafcon knights as governors, with forty men at aims and *s many archery and had all the walls çompkt&ly


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