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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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èot de Mauléon, m expert man at àf ASj ami about "fifty years old, according to his appear* : ance. He arrived at the hôtel of the Moon* ; where I lodged with Ernauton du Pin, in gmmâ array, having led horfes with him like to a great • baron, and he and his attendants were ferved on jplaie of gold and filver. When I heard his name, and faw how much refpect the count de Foix and all the others paid him, I afked fit Efpaing du Lyon* •* Is not this the fquire who quitted the caille of Trigalet, when thé duke of Anjou lay before Mauvoifin ?' * Yes/ implied he ; f and he is as able û captain and as good a man at amis as any exiting/ Upon this I befought his ac-quaintance, as he was lodged in the fame hôtel as myfelfj with a coufin of his, a Gâfcon, called Arnautorii • governor of Carlat in Auvergne, jvhom I well knew* and who affifted me in it, as did alfo the boui£ de Copaire*. One • nighty as we were fitting round the fire chatting and waiting for irçidnight, which was the hour the count supped, his coufin began a converfation relative to his former life, and afked him to tell his adventures and fuccefs in-arms, without concealing lpfs or profit, as he knew he could well remember them* tJpdn thift he faid, * Sir John, have you in your chronicle what I am going tq fpeak of?' ? I do not know,* replied I ; f but begin your ftory, Which I fhall be happy to hear ; for I cannot recollect every particular of my hiftory, .nor can I have been perfectly informed of every event/ * That is *i. e. he assisted him. true,' 4 . ; . S14


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