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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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his enemies. It was his intention to enter the kingdom of Hungary, notwithftanding it is a country inclofed by high rocks and mountains, which make it fo much the ftronger. m He fent before him ambaffadors and heralds, with a mule laden with a grain called millet, telling them * Go you into Hungary, to the count de Lasaran,* whofe territories lie among the mountains of Meleabre and Robée, through which we mean our army to pafs, and tell him we order and command, if he wifh for himfelf and country to remain at peace, that he come and render us obedience, as he knows the lords de Satalia, de la Palice and de Haute-loge have done, and lay open his country for us to pafs through. If he ftiould refufe to obey and ap-pear rebellious, tell him from us, that we will pour into his territories, to deftroy them, as many heads as you will fliew you have grains of millet in your bags.' The ambaffadors inftantly # Sauvage fays in a note, ' According to Paul Jovius and father Anthony Geoffrai, his proper name was Lazarus, ciefpot or lord of Servia, formerly called by the Romans Mifsia Inferior.' This probably is the perfon called by FrohTart the lord de Lazaran. Servia made formerly part of Moesia, llyria and Pan-nonia., At the fall of the Roman empire, it belonged to th« Servians who had come thither from Sarmatii in Afia. It had afterwards its own defppts, some of whom depended on the kings of Hungary, The laft had the misfortune to be captured in battle, and his army cut to pieces by Amurat L in the 14th century/ See Servie, in the Encyclopédie, par Ordre des Matières* departed MO


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