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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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by Amurat's fpies, and revealed to him, had poll-ed fome of his moll confidential friends between • him and the enemy, to prevent any communi-cation whatever between the two armies. e Amurat was not forgetful of his menace, but declared he would vifit the territories of the count de Lazaran, in fuch a manner that he fhould re-member it; for he was unwilling to be thought a liar, in breaking his promife. Having. felected fixty thoufand men, for he had two hundred thoufand in his camp, he gave the command of them to four captains attached to his houfehold and faith: their names were, the duke Manfion of Mecca, the governor of Damietta, Alphalory #e Samarie, and the prince de Corde, furnamed Brachin, to whom he faid, on their leaving him,— ' You will march thefe men whom I put under your command, a number fufficient to open a paffage into Hungary, to the lands of the lord de Lazaran, which you will completely deftroy by fire and fword. As foon as I fhall he informed of your arrival there, I will follow with the remain-der of my army; for I am refolved to have Hun-gary under my obedience, and afterwards the em-pire of Germany. The wizards of my country and the diviners of Egypt, have pronounced that I am deftined to be king of all the world ; but the place I would moll willingly vifit is Ropae ; for, in ancient times, it formed part of our inheritance ; and our predeceflbrs have conquered and govern-ed it feveral times. I will lead with me le Galifre de Baudas, the cham of Tartary and the fultan pf Babylon, who fhall there crown me.9 The 345


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