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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
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tell you,, that before we took the^ oath, tofe. ré* ferved in our hearts our faith to our natural lore the king of England ; and; for any thing we hkvé faid or done, will we never become Freftch* men.' The knights from England were fhuch pleafccf %ith thefe words, and declared they had acquitted themfelves loyally towards their lord. Five days afterwards, news was brought to the duke of Anjou and the army befofe Caftillôn, that the lords de Duras and de Rofem had turned to the Englifh, which very much aftonifhed the duke* the conftable and the other barons. The duke then fent to the lords dé Mucidènt arid de.Langu-i*ant, told them What he had heard, and aflced what they thotight of it : thefè barons, Who were exceedingly veked, replied ; 'f My lord, if they -have broken their faith, we will hot belie ^ours^ and that which we have faid and fworn to you wé Will loyally keep, nor lhall the contrary be ever reproached to us ; for by valour and gallant deeds of arms have your party conquered us, and we will therefore remain ftcady in our obedience to you.' ' ; c I believe youfirrtily,' faid the duke ofAnjolij c and I fwear by God firft, and then by toy lord and'brother, that oil leaving this place, we will not undertake any one thing before We have be«* fieged the towns of Duras arid Rofem/ Things remained in this ftate ; that is to fay* the duke of Anjou much enraged at the conduéfc . of the two Gafcon barons and the fiege Continuing . before


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