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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
page 62



He therefore refolved to quit Paris prifately, where he had too long refided, return to his own country, and then furrender himfelf to the Englifh ; for he preferred ferving the king of England to the king of France. 7 He afted upon this plan, and gave all his ac-quaintance to underftand, except thofe of his coun-cil, that he Was difgufted. One evening he mounted his horfe incognito,, only two perfons with him, fet out from Paris, and rode to his own country, where his people followed him. He continued his journey until he came to Bour^ deaux, where he found the lord Neville, to whom he related his adventures. He attached himfelf to the Englifh, and declared he would rather betray his troth to the king of France than to his natural lord the king of England. The lord de Mucident remained fleady To the Englifh ever after as long as he lived. The duke of Anjou was much enraged when he heard of this, and fwore, that if ever he could lay hands upon him, he would make his head fly from his fhoulders. This was told to the lord dc Mu-cident, who in confequencc took every precaution in his power. The lord de Langurant remained ftedfaft to thd French. He was an able and adtive knight, and haralTed much the valTals of thofe who had turne4 to the Englifh poffefTing lands adjoining to his own* fuch as the lords de Rofem, de Duras, de Muci-dent i which made tL~^ three barons vtry angry, E 2 and 61


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