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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
page 357



m? The M»g of Amtmia hatôip- thttt fmiflied his fciftpry of the defeat of the Turks, refumed the account of his own melancholy fituation, to the king of France and his uncles. They toot compaffion on him^ becaafe he had come from fuch a diflant part of the world as Greece to • feek aid and comfort; and being a king driven, out of his realm, without any means of keeping* up his ftate, or, even fupporting hirafelf, as hi& complaints evidently fhewed. The king of France, young as he was, faid,—c We will that the king of Armenia,, who has come to u& in hopes of afliflance, have, allowed him/where* withal to maintain his dignity, fuitable to his rank, as he is a king like ourfelf; and, when we are able, he {hall have men at arms to aid L in the recovery of bis kingdom; for we haye a very good inclination fo to do, being bound* to rapport the Chriftian faith.' Thisfpeech, of the king was applaudfedi by all. His uncles and council wefe willing^ to fulfil* thefe commands ; and a proper allowance was. ordered to be paid the king of Armenia monthly, from the chamber of accounts,, to keep up his Hate. The fum allowed was fix thoufand francs, yearly ; and he had five thoufand prefented him, to provide himfelf with plate and other fmalier neceffâries. The palace of St. Ouen, near St. Denis, was likewife given to him for his refidence. Such affiftance did the king of Armenia receive on his firft arrivai in France, whijcli


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