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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 241



have never had any grounds for fufpe&ing him of fraud or guile. If you enter this town by virtue of the procuration you fay yoti have, we will allow you fo to do i but on condition, that if it (hould happen that the duke of Brittany return to this country, and be defirous of becoming a good Frenchman, fo that all prelates, barons, gentlemen and. good towns in Brittany, (hall acknowledge him for their lo: 4 we fhall be acquitted without lofs for what we now do, or may have before done ; and that you will not confent to any violence being offered to us, nor wiU you receive the rents or revenues of Erittaqy, but they ftt# remain as " a if epofit with us until wc have othe* information, or lucar news more agreeable to us than what you have brought/ The conftable fwore to keep every thing as procurator for the king of France in this cafe. He and all thofç who were with him then entered the city of Nantes, which k the principal town inf Brittany. When fir Robert Knolles heard that his coufin, fir Hugh Brock,! had concluded a capitulation for the caftle of Derval with the French, and found CHAT uniefe he alfo entered into* a negotiation hei could not by any means leave his poft to fuccour it, fir Robert made offers of treating with the French £nd Bretons, who had remained before Breft : they* replied, that they could do nothing without the conftable. An Englifh knight and two ftjuires* having had pafiports, came to a manfion near fautes, where the conftable rcfided, m the banks 0 3 ' «F S2§


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