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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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the bear whofe history you have told mer aniï the countefs may have had fome knowledge or fome fears which at the moment Ihe would not difcover : (he therefore ought be exctffed for what Ihe has done/ The fquire anfwered, It may perchance be fo;* and thus ended our converfation. CHAP. XXXII., THE COUNT BE ÏDIX HOLDS ÉOLEMN FESTIVALS ON THE- FEAST OF ST. NICHOLAS AND AT CHRISTMAS ; DURING WHICH FROISSART BE-COMES ACQUAINTED WITH BASTOT DE MAU-LEON, WHO RELATES TO HIM,* AMONG OTHER-THINGS, HOW SEVERAL OF THE CAPTAINS OF THE FREE COMPANIES WERE DEFEATED BEFORE " THE TOWN OF SANCERRE^r—HOW 1TO SURPRISED THE TOWN OF THURIE IN THE ALBIGEOIS, AND HOW ONE OF THE NAME OF LIMOUSIN RE-VENGED AN OUTRAGE COMMITTED AGAINST HIM BY LOUIS RAÏMBAUT. A MONG the folemnities which the counf de Foix obferVes on high festivals, he most magnificently keeps the feast of St. Nichoîas, as I learnt from à fquire of his houfehold the third day after my arrivât at Orthès. He holds this feast nàore fplendidly than that of Easter, ami has a most magnificent cdurt as I myfelf noticed,, being prefent on that day. Thé whole clergy of the town of Orthès, with all its inhabitants, walk in proceffion to feek the count at the caftle, who on foot returns with them to the church of Saint Nicholas, 912


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