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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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sm f Yes, as may God help me : I travel as fast as| the wind, or faster/ € What, hast. thou got wings? s Oh no/ f How then canst thou fly so fhst ?* c That is no bufinefs of yours/ € No ! faid the knight. I fhould like exceedingly to fee what form thou hast, and how thou, art, made/ c That does not concern you to know/ replied. Orthon; * be fatisfiéd that you hear me, anjl that I bring you intelligence you may depend on/ « By God/ faid the lord de Corafse, c I fhould love thee better, if I had feen thee/ * Well, replied Orthon,€ finçe you have fuch a defire, the firft thing you ' fhall fee to-morrow -morning, in quitting your bed, fhall be myfelf. 9 i am fatisfied/ faid the knight : f you may now depart : I give thee thy liberty for this night/ c When morning came, the knight arofe, but his lady was fo much frightened fhe pretended to be fick, and faid fhe would not leave ber bed the whole day. The lord de Coraffe willed it other-wife. c Sir faid fhe, * if I do get up, I fhall fee Orthon ; and, if it pleafe God, I would neither fee nor meet him/ 1 Well/ replied the knight, * I am determined to fee him ; and, leaping out of his bed, he feated himfelf on the bed-ftead, thinking he fhould fee Orthon in hi? own fhape; but he faw nothing that could induce him to %y he had feen him. When the enfuing night ar-rived, and the lord de Corafse was in bed, Orthon came and began to talk in his ufual manner. € Go/ faid the knight : * thou art ,a liar : thou pughteft to have fhewn thyfelf to me this morning^ and haft not dçne fo/ No!' replie^ Orthon,


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