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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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The count de Foix, who had inftantly formed hid refolution, replied,— I will, that all my caftles, as well in Foix as in Beam, be well garrifoned with" men at arms, and that all the country be put on its guard, as if an immediate battle were to take place ; for I will not fuffer from the wars in Caftille. My lands are free ; and, if the French want to pafs through them, they lhall truly pay for whatever they may want, or they lhall be fhut againft them. This I order you, fir William and fir Peter de Beam, to fee obeyed.' Thefe two knights were baftard-brothers, valiant- in arms, and able to fupport the .count's orders. They replied, they would under-take the charge willingly. . Proclamation was made, throughout the territo-ries of the count, for every one to provide himfelf with proper arms, and to be' prepared to march, on inftant notice, wherever fent for. Numbers came to Foix, Beam, and the ftewartry of Touloufe, prepared for battle; one hundred of whom, good lances and well appointed, were fent t,o the city of Palmes*, under the command of fir Efpaing du Lyon; fir Cicart de St. Legier to Mozeresf ; fir Peter de Beam pofted himfelf at Belle-put J, on the entrance into Foix, with another hundred fpears ; fir Peter de Cabeftan, at St. Thibaut, on the Ga-ronne j fir Peter Menaut de Noailles with fifty * Palmes. Q. la Palme, a village in lower Languedoc, diocefe of Narbonne. f -Mozeres. Q. Macères, on the Gave. £ Belle-put. Q, Belputch. * lances 191


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