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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.5

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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.5
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fheto hirhfelf before theiin, tut each regained fhdt up in his caftlé. The king of Navarre knew well all. this, for he had continually mefTengers comihg and goirjg* but he could not do any thing Without the affi fiance of the Englifh. Lord Neville*, who refided at Bourdeaux, whi-ther he had been fent by the king of England and his cotif1cilr Was informed of all tfhé treaties be-tween the two kings, and that it was incumbent on him to fulfil them. Having confidered this matter he called to him fir Thomas Trivet, a very valiant knight, and faid to him 3 € Èlr Thomas, you kfiow that we hate been ordered hither to guard the frontiers of this country, to drive out our enemies, and to affift the king of Navarre, who has been lately here^ and told us how much he was in want of our help. You were prefent when I prômifed him affiftancè. This muft be done, or we fhali be blamed. Therefore, my dear friend and com-panion, I appoint you leader of the troops I fhail fend to this war, and noW order you to march thither with five hundred lances and a thoufand archers. Î fhall remain where I ami being féeêfchal of Bourdeaiix, ilnder the orders of the king of England s for I muft pay attention to what pafies here, as this whole country is not very fecure againftour enemies.* ' My lord/ replied fir Thomas, cyou do me more honour than I deferve : I will obey your orders, as in juftice I ought to do, and will at quit Lord Nefillé of Ra%.—Duc dale. Vol. V. D myfclf'


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