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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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and foldiers, who are obliged to march wherefoever the king or his council may order you. This is fa£t; but I fay it to you, becaufe I know not to whom I can complain, except ib all who fhall come from France through this country/ ' Sir Walter de Paflàc replied,—€ Sir, what you fay is true : nothing will be ' done by any recom* mendation of ours ; for, in truth, we are not of the king's council. We go whither we are fent ; and my lord of Bourbon, uncle to the king, is our com-mander, and, as you know, is to follow us this road : you may lay your complaints before him, • either when coming or on his return, for he has much influence, and your wrongs may be redrefled. May God aflift you, for the honour you have done us ! When returned to France, we fhall praife your attentions, to the king, as well as to the duke of Bourbon, our commander, whom we fhall fee firft.' - Wine was now brought, of which they partook, and then left the king, who parted from them kindly, and fent to each, at their lodgings, a handfome war-horfe, to their great joy. The men at arms thus pafled Navarre, and arrived at Logrogno, where they inquired after the king of Caftille. They were told hë had refided for fome time at Va-lidolid, but that he was then at Burgos, making great preparations of flores and provifion. . They then followed the road towards Burgos, leaving that into Galfcia, which country was not fe-cure, for. the Englifh had marched far into it. News was brought to the king of.C*ftUle that great fuccours • 213


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