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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 265



handfome appearance; the Parisians bowed as •they paffed. When -they were arrived in the centre, they flopped : and the conftable, addreff-ing them, faid with a ldtod voice,' 'You people of Paris, what can have induced you thus to quit your town in fuch array ? It would feem that, thus drawn up, you were defirous #f combating the ling',' your lord, you who are htefubjects.' ' «' My lord,' replied thofe who ' he»d ' h*w, * under fbu favotir we have no fnoh mfeiition*, norevëMiSd;- Wé have ioirie out:4»ît*li$fmatt-tier; ûxideytkt pleétfe to know it, to€ifptey iôHi thé 'Wkïg,ÛM4otàè of -the -Pari! ampler he " is Verry"î yôûrtg* ané;feas nevèt iê&tfiv; he fhould not1 be ïriadê* [ àëqualtft&T rôth'ksohë êëi M^erknW^af'^tlfeë tel mkfëfm:^Émà us Ao^lé^fëm'àct^^:9^^'' - ta i. ,.;!/. **WeirJ ^ettflemeri/ ' anfWeréd Ottftffebfe, J yen ^'*k;fâirly?ibiit wétëllyMftttif èfê fetag, th'afl àt'this tî me' He doe$; not tfislr ttf'fèé îfj;ahd whài 'yëii Have done hâfcbëfen fuffiêièiïf Ifetf tiiiiii Return tÀettefore, fàftaiitry ytô PaH§,f ifetfch «itfàâ tb Ms: cnfa* houfé/'and ?feyr afidè• Jëm1 kftfii, if you%îffi'%he'king:fhôiM 'A My lord/ replied the Pârifian's;'r'we%ii^ obey.yoiir otders.-' •' " The Parifians upon this inarched back to Paris; and each went to his houfe to difhrm himfelf; Thé four barons returned to the king, and re* ported to him and his council the Woftfeyofc have heard. It was then ordered that the king and his uncles, vtath the principal lords,! should enter ' ' ' Paris 151


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