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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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Laval, his heart revived, for he imagined fome treaty had been entered into. The lord de Laval faid to the guards,—* Unfetter my brother Cliffon, and then I fhall talk with him j* and, addreffing himfelf to the conftable,-—* Dear brother, will you confent to whatever I may have done ?* • 4 Yes, brother,' replied the conftable. At thefe words, his irons were taken oC The lord de Laval took him afidc, and faid,—* Brother, I have, with much difficulty, faved your life ; but it is on condition, that you pay down, before you leave this place, one hundred thoufand francs, and furrender to the duke three caftles and your town of Jugon, otherwife you will not have your liberty.* * I agree to all this/ replied the conftable, 4 You are in the right, brother/ faid the lord de Laval. * But/ faid the conftable, 1 who will go to Cliffon and elfewhere to colled the money? I believe, fair brother de Laval, you muft undertake this.* * No/ replied the lord de Laval : 11 will never quit this caftle until I have you with me ; for I too well know the duke's cruel difpofition ; and he may repent of his bargain when I am gone, by fome foolifh converfation he -may hear concerning you, and the whole be broken off.1 * And whom then can we fend thither ?* afked the conftable. é The lord de Beaumanoir/ replied his brother-in-law: € we will fend him, for he is a pri-foner like yourfelf, and he fhall undertake to colled the whole/ 4 Wei!/ faid the conftable, 'go down flairs, and or4er whatever you fhall think for the heft/ • ' mm


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