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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.7

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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.7
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Mid was acting accordingly, from' the fti{\)icion& hie had of his uncle, and, as fame faid, from ap^ • pearanoes having been manifefted, that confirm* ed them). iflued a fecret fummons to thofe in whom he confided the moll i to fome of whom he revealed his plan, but not to all, left it fhoald be made public. A day had been appointed by fir Bernabo, to make an excurfion of pleafiire from one of his cailles to another. Upon this, his , nephew placed three ambufcades ori ' the road fir Bernabo was to take; & that it7was not poffible but he mufl fall into one of them. He had ordered that he fhould be made prifoner, and on no account killed, unlefs he made too obftin^te a defence. . • Thus as fir Bernabo was riding from one town to another, miftrafting _ no evil, nor any way thinking of his nephew, but confidering himfelf as perfectly fafe, he entered one of the ambufr • cades, when the men planted in ambufh inftantly advanced to him full fpeed and with lances in their refts. Sir Bernabo had a german knight with him, who cried out, c My lord; fave yôur-felf! for I fee people of a bad mien coming-to-wards you, and I know them to be perfons be-longing to your nephew fir Galeas.' Sir Berna-bo replied, that f he was not acquainted with any place where he could fave himfelf, if they had any evil intentions againft him, and that he was unconfcious of having done any thing againft his nephew that fhould make him fly.' Thofe who had been placed in ambufcade continued advanc-ing towards fir Bernabo. When the German, 4


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