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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 171



ici * The count, however, was fufpieioui of the prince, whom he knew to be powerful and war-like, and began toramafs large fums to aid and defend himfelf fliouid he be attacked. He im-RffW l^vyjtaxçs on tt^e qouptry and on all the ^ps, y\ii$h nojv^xjft,. ^d^yiUdo foas long as ^lif^ : gffih l^pifth.payp.twp francs per annum, aj^ jrijJi Jfye Qt^er • and ip this he has found afâ£f$$ ^ ipjne pf wçal|h, £pr it is marvellous %pr ^^rj^l|y his , injects pay. it. With this, $gr£$«jiot^y.^i^liflup^n, Frenchman, nor Wft|gg ^p^pbfhis^plppf a^fingle farthing : If s ffftwle ^oifutryjs protected #pd juftice well adminiftered, for in matters of juftice he is the jnoft fevere and upright lord that exifts/ *With .thefe words. we : found ^r£elves . in the town of Tournay, wtiepe p.urlpdgPg* yverepnBf pwed: «the knight, therefore, p&ied fpçakit\g ; and I made no further Jn^uinçs, for I had w$JI remfdced where be hi ft off, and could ag^iu remind bimxf it, £s ,we; had yet. to trayel toge-ther* -We were comfortably lodged at the hôtel of the Star. V(han fupper was Served, the gover-nor of A^alvoifin, JSr Raymond de L^ne, came to fee us, ^nd iugped with us; he brought with him -four flaggons of excellent wine, as good.as any I dra«Jf:.on.the road. These two kaights convarfed long together, and it was late whendir JRaymnnd^departed and-returned'to his . caftle. of iMaivc^fin. 4 . • •VQUMIl, . M .CHAP,,


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