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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 256



tii&fa-latf; âiïdy turnitig to the duke, frtib looked as pâlé as death, was confirmed fomething was wrong. He faid,—c Ah, my ldrd, for God's faké* what are they doing ? Do dot ufe any violenté againft the ôonïiâble/ * Lord de Laval* mount' yourTiorfé, and go hence, for you may depart wheii you pleafe : I know well what I am about/ * My lord/ repled the lord de Laval, c I will nfcVef de-part without my brother-in-law the cdnftablë/ AT thèfe Words, thé lord de Beaumanoir (whom the duke greatly hated) camé and afked where theCon-ftable was: The diike, drawing his dagger, ad-vanced to him and faid, c Beattmanoir, doft thou* wifh tô bè like thy mafter ?* My lord," replied Beaumanoir, 61 believe my matter cannot but be in a good plight/ è I afk thee again, if thou woutdflf VNFH to be li% him/ ' Yes, my lord/ faid dé Beaumanoir: Thé duke then taking hk dagger by the point, faid,—' Well then, Beaçmanoir^ fincé thou wouldft be like him, thou muft thruft one of thy eyeô out*/ The lord dé Beaumanoir, feeing, from the duke's countenance, things wetc taking i bad turn, caft himfelf on his knee and faid, —4 My lord, I have that bpinion of your honour and n^-bfenefs of mind, chatj if it pleafe God* you will never a& otherwife than right. Wé are at your mercy, and are come hither folely to accompany you, and at your .own requeft : do not therefore 4 Alluding to the conftable having but one eye, ffe loft it at the battle of Au ray flotwithfunding which, he never quitted the field of battle: R i difhonour 243"


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