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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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alicr fir Gay "dc Gravilk and fir Ligcr d'Argefi* who remitted a long time, in épnftncment. Thus was the town of Montpellier and all the barony icized by the French. We will now return to the army of Normandy, and rclptc hqw the loids dç Coucy and de la RU yicre went on. They advanced tq Bayeux, and laid fiege to it. The garrifon-towns $f Navarre had cloftd their gates againft the French, • and fhewfd no intentions .of fpeedily furrendering them; When the king of Navarre heard that the French had feized the toiyn and territory of Montpellier, pid that a large army was uuhe county of Evueux, where they were pillaging and deftroying his towns spd caftles, he held many conferences on thefe figeas with thofc in whom he placed the greateft pwft, • It iws determined p thefe councils, that as he could not receive any afiiftance but from Eng-land, he fhould fend thither a perfon in whom he confided, with credential fetters, to know if the young king Richard and his; council yrcre willing; to form an alliance wirji him, and to aflure them, chat' from henceforward he would fwcar to be frue arçd loyal to the Jyigftjh, and would place in their-hands *11 the caftles which he pofleffed in Normandy. To execute this fnpbaffyto England, he called to him a lawyer in whom h greatly trufted, and faid to him j c Matter Pafchal, you will fet out fcf Epgfcnd,, Mdn^ageib as tçf re&ttfn 'to me ufith g9p4 nejra, fo* from; thi$ day forward I «wil. be fffilyjE my éÏÏmm with Eft Eflgltiu ' r r L ,1 i. Maftcr 370


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