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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 290



and that if the people of this country, with the churches and monasteries, wiH be good Urbanifts, and march with you through the country, your men fhall peaceably pafe, pàyiftg fôf whatever they may Want: but in refjpeût to gttatrting them paffporte tô go to England, you wiM do no tech thing; for bur war does not regard either the king of France, or the king ôf England, but foiely pope Urban, whofe foldiers we are. It feems to me that fuch am anfwer ought to fatis-fy them/ • • • ' All prefent afiented to it, and particularly the bifhop, who had no other care, whatever might be faid or done, but to fight and carry on the War. _ Thus was this businefs arranged for the flight. On themorrow after mafs, the two knights, desirous of having their anfwer, went to the lodg-tegs of the bishop, and waited until he carfieofct lo bear mafs, when they placed themfelves before him. ' Outwardly he feertted glad to fee them, and cdnverfed with them on different topics to delay the time until his knights should come. • On their arrival, the bishop faid, *My fair gentlemen, you tore come for an anfwer, and you shall have one. With regard to the requeft you made to us from the earl of Flanders, I inform you, you may re-turn when you pleafe to the earl ; but as to Calais tr England, you will go fef your perils, for I wiH tiot gite you any paffport. ' I am not king of England, nor commiffioned to do fo. I am the foldier of pope Urban, and all thofe who are with *6e are fo likewife, having taken his money to fervô


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