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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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mi Orthon, c bat 1 -have.9 f I % no.' c And dM you fee nothing at ail when you leaped out of bed ?' The lord de Corafse was filent, and, hav-ing confidered awhile, said, f Yes : when fitting on my bedside, and thinking of thee, I faw two ftraws which were turning and playing together on the floor. ' That was myself, replied Qrthon, € for I had taken that form/ The lord de Corafse faid, * That will not fatisfy me : I beg of thee to afsume fome other (hape, fo that I may fee thee and know "thee.1 Orthon anfwered, c You ask fo much that you will ruin me and force me away from you, for your requefts are too great/ 4 You ihall not quit me,' faid the lord de Co-rafse : if I had once feen thee, I fhould not again wifh it/ Well/ replied Orthon, e you fhall fee me to-morrow, if you pay attention to the firft thing you obferve when you leave your chamber, c I am contented,* faid the knight : e now go thy ways, for I want to fleep/ Orthon departed. On the morrow, about the hour of eight, the knight had rifen and was drefsed: on leaving his apartment, he went to a window, which looked into the court of \ caftle. Casting his eyes about, the firft thing he obferved was an immenfely large fow ; • but fhe was fo poor, fhe feemed only skin and bone, with long hanging ears all spotted, and a fharp-pointed lean fnout. The lord de Corafee was difgufted at fuch a fight, and, calling to his fervants, faid, c Let the dogs loofe quickly, for I will have that fow killed and devoured/ Tt fervi


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