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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
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m imiBcA, and give us fuch ananfwer as we -may -cany back; 1er they ate only waiting our return/ The. king mufeda little, and then faid; 4 Sir William, it is but j*ffithey,flmold be paid: but they have much vexed me, by difi^beying my or-ders, m making two eicurfions, which jfcilvey had not done, they fhould long ago have been folly fatisfied in ewry frefpect/' 1 --J \ € Sire/ replied fi* iWi&aitt, f if they bavé made any excurfions, they haveturiiefd out to-yntir ad-vantage : they have takeh towns,. eaftks'," and overrun the* territories ofyéuï enemy^ meotmfafr as Sfevflle: all'this ha§ been galhtûtly petfenttedl They ought nottô îdfethis fefcfon, • ttfccto, itfdeëif, they are determined not to do ; for/they declare, on our return, they will pay' themfélves, *mléfe they fàaU-receive by us à more gracious arifwer, than as yet they haVe obtained from'you/ " 'Well/ faid the- king, « inform them, that within fifteen daysat the htteft, I Will giveorders for their pay to bèdfeïrvéfed to; them, to 'the trt-* jnoft Earthing ; bu^tèîl theéari of Cambridge that ï-tfifli tofpeak with -Kitti/ -* Sire/ repliedfif Will jham, c I will do fo, and you; fey WdB.9 As he finifhecl ihefe words, dinner was fefrvëd!, when theydmedtogéther, andthelcife^ made Vhè three fit at his table, atria «feaffe&;*hem much1. Thus pafled the &ay9 and on thé mbrrow they returned to their friends/ As foon as theirw*|i *al was known, thè fcm^tscrowdèdafebut thôto, to learn what they fcaiMôrié: they 'i^aéëdWttiéii theanfwer, and fhe king's promife, with which they


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