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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 286



2fi, th^y. , not l already boafted. ttyçy^ mf , fufl|cieit ftf varçquiïh thç Po^ugucfe ? E^e it fo, t^ep;; wçTarç, contented' but^t will be right we.afk t^ekm^ if he{phpo|e to reipaiq with, us .or gp with th^-. Frenchman- * TTiey., wefemur,muring^ a m lonjg^. time, w^ieth^r they fhould put, fuch a^queftiontq., ' the king pr.nctt, for they w^eç'e much afraid of %%%„. reprimand^ of fir Reg^na[d.de Luno9 fin^.H^viog^. fidly ^oqfidejred, they tl^o^ght there wpu^d not r„ bç apy harm, in afking thf quiçftionf . Six there^ fore of the principal nobles,, employed about-hiv pérfou, advanced^ and, with many pbeifances , thus fpoke: c Moil ncfhje king, we perceive . plainly, thpt thi^ d|y tl^ete will fee arç engage^ . mçpt wi(h .your enemies.. God grant you may t have,the victory axjx^ honour I as ,we fincerely , wifh it ; but wç are anxious to .Jcuow your ple^ furp, whethej- you will remaii* vith us or march v with the Frenchmen y € By, no means/, replied the king: 1 my fair firs, if I have determine^ on . battle, in confequenpe of tfye advice of the knights pad fquir^sfrom France who have cqme to ferve me, and who are mçp of great yalqurr and abilities, I do not renounce you, but will remain among, yorç, and you will therefbrq hçlp in defending me.9 The Caftilijans were delight- ' ed with this anfwer,. and faid ; 'f That, my lord,. will yre do, and never fail^you as Jong as we live ; for we have fworç to do fo, and pledged our faith on the day you were erawped: we had bçfides . fo great an affection fof the good. king your fa-ther, that nottyiqg fhall ever make us defert you. The' king of Caftille. remained with his. Caftilli- - ' • " ans, '


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