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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 garrïfbns at Ance and in the other forts in Vèlay and Forêts did the lame, and were glad to escape with their lives. * Lotus Raimb?ut was carried to Ncmpay * imprifoned: information was fent the Jdng of France of the event, who was much rçjoiceç} thereat; and foon after, as I have heard, orders came for him to be beheaded at Villeneuve, near Avignon. Thus died Louis Raimbfuit: may God receive his foul ! Now, my fair fir,' fai4 Baftot de Mauléon, 6 have not I well chatted away the çight? pid yet all I have faid is true/ f Indeed you have,' anfwefed I, c and many thanks for if : T have had {peat pleafyrç ip Jif-tening to you, and it fhall not be lgft j for, if God permit na« to returp to my owp equally, all I .hprê heard you fay, and all I fhajl have fçen worthy to be mentioned, in the noble fnd gwd hiftpry which the gallapt count de JJloïs fa^ employed me on, (hall £e chronicled, ^thjppgji God's grççe, thft the memory of fuçh events jaay be perpetuated/ Xp fayipg this, the bourg de Copaire, whojÇç name \ya? Ërnautpn, began to fpepk^ aqd, 1 could perceive, would willingly Jiave çelatpfl tljf life and adventures of jhimfelf and his brother, fhç bourg Anglois ; ami ho^r $hey had borne arm? in Auvergne apd flfewheçe, put thei^%was .pot time ; for £he l^atch of the caftle had founds ed his horp, to afTeqible thofe in thp tpwn of Orthès, who were engaged tp fupwith the count e Foix. Thp.two futures then mad/e t^emfelviçs ready,, m


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