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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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fwds on, afked, with a louict voice, */'Where are the chiefs ? where are the chiefs ? *Who among you are captains ? Jbecaufe it is to them our lords . have fent us/ Thefe words made .fome of the Panning, perceiyp they had acted wrong, and, boy^ng, thçir he^ds,. replied ; ,* tlieçe are no chiefs ^ere: we are^but one, and ui^der the com* mapd pf our lord the king. [ Speak, in the name of ,God, what you have to lay,'*,.''»••',, .; } My. LORES/ anfwered! the.heralds ; ( our lords {naming tjiem) have fent us hither; for they can-nçf jcpnceive what are yoijr intentions; and to Require that they m ay j^çaceably and without peril cornç hither and fçeak with y op, and, return to jthe kiqg^, with fuçh an. ^nfweç as you' fliall give the$;, for otherwjife tlpçy are çifraid to come.' € By my troth/ replied thofe to whom this Jfyeech .had beçn addreflecl, c there was no need |to%y#ip fQrfis, unlefs }t $%me ft-ojn their noble /Pffifls^ ^ni; . we :,thjnk yoij are laughing at us/ ^ We, have tolji you,nothing but tjie truth/ faid ihe.^ald^ f WeJJ then^ replied the Parifians, l-gf paid tell thprçi they may come hither in per: fççt f^fetyi for.they fhall haye 110 harm from us, .who are ^eady to obey their commands.' ,. '/jFJre hejaids returned to their lords an,d related xyhat ypn have j.ujt read- The four barons then ^vançed? attended by the heralds, totjie Parifi-ans, whom they found drawn up in yçry hand-fome battle-array. They were upwards of twenty thoufand. t J^s thefe lords rode by them, ex-amining and praifing, in their own minds, their handfome 250'


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