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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 148



heard of my caftle being taken, 1 had never any connexion, nor entered into any treaty with the Englifh. I inftantly informed my coufm the count de Foix of it, and begged of him* for God's fake, to. aid npie to recover my caftle, as it had been taken by the garrifon from Lourde, who are his fubje&s and from Beam. The count fent me word not to alarm myfelf, for that thofe who had conquered it had only borrowed it, to make a more effe&ual warfare on Barcelona.' The king replied, c If you can prove this anfwer from the count de Foix, I will reftore your caftle.' € That I can eafily do,' anfwered the lady. She in-formed the count, who at that time refided at Orthès, in Beam, of this % converfation, and en-treated he would fatisfy the king of Arragon. Xhe count fent letters to the king of Arragon by one of his knights, called fir Cicart de Saurelin, to requeft he would hold his coufin excufed, and allow her to pofiefs her lands in peace^ otherwife it would difpleafe him.. The king of Arragon ac-ceded to this requeft, and, having well entertained the knight, faid to him, * The vifcountefs has afted prudently, in thus having her coufin the count de Foix make excufes for her.' 135 CHAP.


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