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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 374



« Attend to me,9 replied Jacob ; 9 do what I have ordered you, if you do not wifh to be put to death.' The failors dared not make any reply, for ' they were not the ftrongeft ; fo they at oace turned the helm and fet the fails, and made for the town of Eftrimohee*, where they arrived Without fear of danger, for it belonged to the count Blois, After they had refrefhed them-felves, they departed and returned through Bra-bant and Hainault to their own country, thank-ing Jacob for the kindnefs he had done them. , When fir Geoffry de Charny, fir John de Plaiffy and the other knights and fquires who had been in Scotland, returned to France, they were interrogated as to news from that country. They related all they had feen and heard frpm the barons and knights of Scotland. Sir John de Vienne, admiral of France, converfed on the fubject with fir Geoffry de Charny, who -was furprifed, as well as other barons of France, to hear that the French, through Scotland, could gain an eafy entrance into England. Sir Hemart de Maffé continued the converfation, and added, the Scots.could not any way love the Englifh ; and he had been directed to fay this by order of the Scots council, that the king of France and his uncles might have information of it. The French inftantly determined, as foon as the truces fhould be expired, to fend a powerful Eftrimohee. Q. army 360


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