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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
page 158



quered it, as well as the caftle of Trigalet on the river before us, and which belongs to the îord de la Barde ?' I confidered a little, and replied 5 ' I believe I have not mentioned it, nor have I ever been-informed of fuch an event. I * therefore pray you relate the bufmefs, to which I fhall atten-tively liften ; but tell me, left I forget it„ what is become of the river Garonne? for I can no longer* fee it. € You fay truly,' anfwered the knight : ,c it lofes itself between thefe two moun-tains. It rifes from a fpring three leagues ofl^ on the road to Catalonia, below a caftle called St. .Mart, the laft caftle of France on the fron-tiers of Arragon. The governor of it and the furrounding country at this time is a fquire named Ernauton, who is called the Baftard of Spain, and coufin-german to fit Roger d'Efpaign. The* moment you fee him you will fay, he fat formed for a downright man at arms. This baftard of Spain has done more mifchief to the garrifon of Lourde than all ' the knights and fquires of this country together, and I must fey, the count de Foix loves him well, for he is his brother in arms. I will not fay more ef him, for, at the enfuing Chriftmas, you will fee him yourfelf ' at the hôtel of the count ; but I will tell you what the duke of Anjou did when he was in this cotintry.' CHAP. 14«


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