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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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event ; for I can affiire you, we fhall not depart before we he maters of it.' c I know^very well/ replied Ernauton, f that although you now bear arms againft me, you would never advife any thing difgracefol to my honour ; but if I do fur-render, all who are with me muft be faved like-wife ; and we muft carry away with us as much as we can, excepting the provifions, and be con-ducted in fafety to the caftle of Lourde/ ' I am not commiffioned/ anfwered William, c to go fo fer, but I will cheerfully mention it to my com-manders/ On this, he returned to the fènéfchal of Touloufe, and related what you have heard. Sir Hugh de Froideville faid, * Let us go and fpeak with fir Walter ; for I know not what his intentions may be, although I have advanced fo far in the treaty ; but I fancy we fhall make him agree to it/ When they came to fir Walter, they found him engaged in aflfaulting another part of the eafiie : ^the fènéfchal addrefled him,—* Sir Walter, I have opened a treaty with the captain of the caftle, who is willing to furrender the place as it is, on condition that himfelf and garrifon be fpared and efcorted to Lourde, and that they carry away every thing but the provifion : now, what do you fay to this ? We fhould lofe more, if any of our knights and fquires were killed by arrows or stones ; and you would have more forrow than, profit, even fhould you win it and put all to death ; but that is not yet done : ' it will cost us many lives; for it will not be fo eafily conquered \.¥ètget: « That is true/ added the ftnéf* Thai 310


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