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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.8

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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.8
page 119



be eftabHfbéd la Chriftendom. I would willingly explain this matter, which fo nearly touches every true Chriftian, to the king of England, as I have done to the king of France/ The engliih lords afked him, x if the king of France had fent him ?' He faid,—€ No one bad fent him ; that he had come of his own accord, and folely with a view to do good, to fee the king of England and his council, and to try if they would liften to terms of peace/ They then afked • where the king of France was.' ' I believe he is now at Sluys ; but I have not feen him fince I took roy leave of him at Senlis/ c How can you then think of forming a treaty, when you have not been fo charged by him ? Should you enter into any terms with the king, our nephew, and his council, and the king of France, in the mean time, fail from Sluys, and difembark his large army in Eng. land, you would be much blamed, and your per-ion run great rifts from the people/ The king of Armenia replied,—-' I have the greateft confidence in the king of France, to whom ï have fent meflengers to entreat he would neither embark nor put to fea until I be returned to Sluys, and I am convinced he is fo noble and confiderate, that he will comply with my requeft. I therefore beg of you, through pity and love of goodnefs, to procure me an interview with the king, of England, that I may fpeak to him, for I defire greatly to fee him ; or if you, who are his uncles, and the moft. powerful of his fubjefts, be authorifed to give me • anfwers W6


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