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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 187



* The count de Faix, ou hearing tbi£ a»6tf#y -was eaceedii^iy wroth, and feid, a§;hedf#w hii dagger, c Ho, bo! dolt them then say ne ? Bjf this head, thou haft noC laid it for *iot&b*g/ A»4» as he uttered thefe words, he ûruckhim foully wirti the dagger^ fo that he wounded him fo* terdy in fire places, and'wane erf. tie bairous m • knights dared to interfere. The knight replied, c Ha,-ha, my lord, this in not gentle tifcfttrtienjt ; you have fent for me hither, a&d art lawderipg _ me/ Having received theffe five ftrokes &dm the d&gger, the count ordered him to .be catft into- • the dungeon, tvhich was cfone; and thm he died, for he was iU cured of has wouiid*/ * Ha, holy Mary/ laid I to tine knight, ' was not this a great act of croe&y ?' c Whatefw it was/ replied he, c fo it happened, and iU betide him who angers the count, for then he pardons none. He kept h&jcoufin german the vifeount de Châteaubon, even though he is his heir, eight months pfkowqpr.'itt the tower of the castle of Orthès, and then ranfomed him for forty thoEÉifrf franco/' 4 Whâfl* fir/, laid 1, has not the count de ¥xux any ahildbe&i' c *h, fc€M'ft-nioM not-in bMrftiï rtnnrhjgs; bât he îms two jmWg^ hiiightiy-bttAafdS^ fir Jetfuain amïfiv Gracient wloiriyou willlfefe, aad whom he loves a» weB a* himself. ' ç A&à he never married ?' c Yes,.and is fo ftill, but", ma-dame de Foix does not live with him/ c Where does (lie refidfe?1 * She. lives in Navarre, .for thp king of Navarre 13 her brother : fhe was daughter Vou Vit . ' N ' of 171


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