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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
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felf ; and, on his kindly prcffing her to come to him, (he walked very penfively up and down the chamber. At laft, when the houfehold were in bed, fhe flung herfeif on her knees at his bedfide, and bitterly bewailed the infult fhe had fuffered. The knight would not believe it could h^ve hap-pened ; but at length, fhe urged it fo ftrongly, he did believe her, and faid,—' Certainly, lady, if the matter has pafled as you fay, I forgive you, but the fquire fhall die ; and I fhall confult your and my relations on the fubjeft: fhould you have told me a falfehood, never more fhall you live with me.' The lady again and again affured him, that what fhe had faid was the pure truth. * On the morrow, the knight fent fpecial meffen-gers with letters to his friends and neareft relations of his wife, defiring them to come inftantly to Argenteil, fo that in a few days they were all at his caftle. When they were aflembled, he led them into an apartment, and told them the rea-fons of his fending for them, and made his lady relate moft minutely every thing that had pafled. during his abfence. When they had recovered their aftonifhment, he afked their advice how to zSt : they faid, he fhould wait on his lord, the count d'Alençon, and tell him the fa&. This he did; but the count, who much loved James le Gris, difbelieved it, and appointed a day for the parties to come before him, and defired the lady might attend to give her evidence againft the man whom fhe thus accufed. She attended as defired, accompanied by a great number 122


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