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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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knowing the king of Navarre to be crafty and faithlefs, would not accept his fecurity, which piqued the countefs, and raifed her indignation againft her husband : fhe faid,— My lord, you ihow but little confidence in the honour of my brother, the king of Navarre, when you will not truft him for fifty thoufand francs : if you never gain more from the Armagnacs and Labriffiens . than you have done, you ought to be contented : you know that you are to affign over my dower, which amounts to fifty thoufand francs, into the hands of my brother : therefore you cannot rim any risk for the re-payment/ * Lady, you say truly,' replied the count ; f but, if I thought the king of Navarre would flop the payment • for that caufe, the lord d'Albreth fhould never leave Orthès until he had paid me the utmoft ' farthing. Since, however, you entreat it, it fhall be done, not out of love to you, but out «of af-fection to my son.' s Upon this, and from the affurance of the king of Navarre, who acknowledged himfelf debtor to the count de Foix, the lord d'Albreth • recovered his liberty: he turned to the French intereft, and married the filler of the duke of Bourbon. He paid, at his convenience, to the king of Navarre the sum of fifty thoufand francs, , according to his obligation; but that king never repaid them to the count de Foix. f The count on this said to his wife, c Lady, you muft go to your brother in Navarre, and tell him that I am very ill satisfied with him for with OS holdi 197


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