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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 241



if I may rely on thy affurance that thou wilt be-çome a good Frenchman, 1 w|M make thy peace/ 'By my faith, pay lord, I have never done fo much harm to France as I will from henceforward do it fervice/ * I thai fee,* replied the lord de la Voulte. From that time he retained him in his caftle, §né did not a^ow him to depart until he had made his peace every where* •When Limou* fin could with honour bear arms, the lord de la Vpultè mounted and armed him, and conducte4 him fo the fénéfchal de Vèlay, at Puy, to make them acquainted with each other, fie was there examined as to the fixepgth' and fituation of Briaucte, anJ alfo réfpeeting Louis Raimbaut; at what time? he zpacfe excursions, and whither he generally directed them. ( I know by heart the toads he tfkes, for with him and without him I have top often traverfed them; and, i£ you will collect abod^r of men at arms for an expediton, Ï will forfeit ipy head if you do not take him within a fortnight/ The lords agreed to his jpropQfal, andjpies were fent abroad to #bferve when Louis Raitabaut fhould leave Brioude for Ance in the Lyonois. When Limoufin was certain he had left Brioude, he told the lord de IaVoulte to affemble his men, for that Raimbaut yras at Ance and would fooijt • return, and that he would conduct them to a defile through which he muft pafs. The lord de la Voulte collected his men, and made him the leader of the expedition, having fent off to the bailiff of Vèlay, the lord de Montclare, fir Guerrot de Salières, and his fon, fir Ploufejat de Vernet, ' " Û4 " the m


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