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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 164



Here I would freely do what you advise, for in truth 1 am your cousin : in this instance, 1 can-pot act from myfelf, for those who are with me have an equal command, though they affect tQ consider me as their captain. I will return, and tell them what you have said : if they agree to 3unrender, I shall confent: if they be resolved to hold out, whatever maybe my fate, I must, with them, abide the eyent/ € This is well said,9 an-swered sir Garsis: € you may depart whenever you plefifc, since I know your intention/ € The Bastot de Mauleon returned to the castle, and assembled all his companions in the court-yard, to whom he related what sir Garsis had said, aqd then demanded their opinions, and what they would do. They debated for a long time; soirçe faid they were strong enough to wait the event : others wished to withdraw, saying it was full time for it, as they had ne longer any ammunition, ^nd the duke of Anjoi* was fevere, and thp whole country of Toulouse pud Carcassoi^e enj-aged against them for the mischiefs they had done. Every thing having been considered, they agreed to furrender the castle, but on condition they should be escorted, themselves and baggage, to chateau Cullie, * which their friends were in possession of, on the Toulousain frontier. . ' Upon this Bastot de Mauleon returned to sir Garsis, who granted their demand; for he faw * A castte in Auvergne. ' . thp 154 ^


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