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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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pened P € By my faith/ replied he, / he ferieW it well enough, as it appeared afterwards/ c Is he a wizard then/ faid I, c or has he meffen-gers who ride on the winds ? fot he mmft have fome fecret art/ Upon this the fquire began to laugh, and faid, ' In truth, he muft have known it by means of necromancy. We indeed are ignorant in this country how he manages, but we have our fufpicions/ Upon this, I faid to the fquire, € Now do have the goodnefs to tell 'me what your fufpicions are, and I fhall be very much obliged to you. If it be necefTary to keep it fecret, I will be filent, and never open my mouth on the fubject as long as I live or remain in this country/ c I must entreat that of you/ replied the fquire, ' for I would not have it known that I had told it to you; for we only fpeak of it fecretly when among our friends/ Upon this, he drew me afide to a corner of the vault of the chapel of Orthès, and thus began his tale ; € About twenty years ago, there lived a baron in this country, called Raymond, Iprd of Çoraffe. " You muft understand, that Corafle is a town feven leagues diftant from Orthès. This lord of CorafTe had a fuit at Avignon, before the pope, for the tythes of his church, againft a prieft of Catalonia : this prieft was very learned who claimed thefe tythes, wjiich were worth a hun-dred florins a year. He proved his right fo clearly that pope Urban V. in full confistory, gave a definitive judgment in favour of the priest, condemning the knight to costs of fuit. €94


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