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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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friends who were pledged for the obfervaace of th* treaty, and replied,—1 In good truth, my lord mar-Jhal, the duke has reafon for faying what you tell us} but we know not what is become of the depu-ties we fent to the king of Caftille, mm what can have kept them at Validolid/ 4 Sirs, they may perhaps be confined,' faid the marihal ; € for the news they carried could not be very pleafant to the king, and my lord will not longer wait. Cotv fider welt what anfwer you make ; for, if it be not agreeable, I am ordered to commence the attack/ They anfwered ; c My lord, only allow us time to colled all the inhabitants together, that wç may know their determinations/ 41 confent to it,* faid he. - They entered the town once more, and, by found of trumpet in every ftreet, the inhabitants were fummoned to the piarket-place, where, when aflem-bled, the chief citizens told them all that had paffed between them and the marihal. Having agreed to furrender the town, for the releafe of (their hoftages from prifon, whom they were unwill-ing to lofe, they returned to the marihal and faid, —* Marihal, your demands are reafonable, and we are ready to receive, as fovereigns, the duke an4 duchefs of Lancafter in our town, of which here are the keys. We will accompany you to the duke's quarters, if you will have the goodnefs to pfcort us/ € I will willingly do that,* faid the mat-ihal. There came out of Entença upwards of (ixty perfons, carrying with them the keys of the gates : fhe marihal conduced them to the duke, and ob-tained 188


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