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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 two knights having pafled feme little tkne together, converfing on different matters, fepa-rated, and fir Walter went to St. Gaudens, where he made good cheer. On the morrow he came to St. John de Riviere, and, riding "through Lane-bourg, fldrted Malvoifin, and lay at Tournay, an inclofed town of France. The next day he dined at Tarbes, and (laid the whole day: having met the lord d'Anchin, and fir Menaut de Barbafan, two great barons of Beam, they had much converfation to-gether ; but, as the lord de Bafbafan was an Ar-magnac, he would not fay any thing favourable of the count de Foix. Sir Walter, on the morrow, left Tarbes, and dined at Morlas in Beam, where he found fir Reginald William, baflard-brother to the count, who received him kindly, and faid,— * Sir Walter, you will meet my lord ©f Foix at Orthès, who, you may be affured,-will be glad to fee you.' ' God grant it may be fo/ anfwered fir Walter ; ' for I am come purpofely to wait on him.' They dined together, and fir Walter went after-, wards to Mont-gabriel, where he lay; On the enfu-ing day he arrived at Orthès, about eight o'clock in the morning, but could not fee the count until the afternoon, when he ufually left his chamber. The count de Foix, hearing of the arrival of fir Walter de Paffac, haftened to leave his apartment fooner than common; and fir Walter, feeing him come out of his chamber, advanced to meet him, and fa-luted him very refpeftfully. The count, who was ' perfectly polite, returned the falute, and, taking him 194


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