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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.6

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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.6
page 30



IS aUrmed nÔ v«o^ at th* *~*alfio*u &mjre+ ver^ to fend ^ lard de iy w m ^ ^ to'tpil i appettfe tiem; for liiiliÉM1 Itffîi l'how to ma« ^gft th than ^ other . -- % he -lordde Coney, idtofe mm -vm E^gpurrv. ram|, name to -"Paris imply attended by his hoi#-hol4» He dijmou * ted a* hit nétel, .and. feat lot ihofewbo had been theunoâ fu:tiw, and raraon-ftrated iwtb them wifely and prudently on tbe wickedttefsof ihèir conduct in killing Jàa office» -.and mmMlers of the king, m faieakiqg open |u* priions, and fetting ihofo who were Ân£aad in #hem%t liberty; for all which, if the Jong wll^i àt, they would deadly pay. But t&k 1» was not deironr of .doing; for the king much loved4he town of ^ becanfe he had i berna im:i% m&d-thb -from--its being the eapitdl of shis Jriqg~ dom: he w^ therefore unwdlting iode&uy *t* welUnteatiooed inhabitants. He told them,' his reafons for coming to Paris ipere tp ende&ypiir to make up awiteu .oetrween Item, and .that he would entreat tàe king and hi* «note* tBecei&Ifyrfe pfttdoii ftete their evil J aejrt M, aey v .wtf K .«m. the ktagfhefrflofd» ^ *o ^ii^^ ^hi» lit t \t e V Mated te Bans: *a, è aich,tbv nwddaffittâhèîittgliianyc.*arm«a-mer. * *fo what manner** demanded the lord de Coufiy. will pay ^jfetfai|t! into the haiafr .of a proper receiver every v with^fae other citits M*i ^sia Fc^ in ^ ^rctten*


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