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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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CHAP. XXXIX, THE Î-OKQ DE BEAUM A NOIR IS SET AT LIBERTY BY THE DUKE OF BRITTANY, THAT HE MAY COL* LECT THE RANSOM FOR THE CONSTABLE, WHO OBTAINS HI? FREEDOM ON SURRENDERING THE PLACES AGREED ON. THE IMPRISONMENT OF THE CONSTABLE IS KNOWN AT THE COURT OF FRANCE* ^HE lord de L,aval loft no time in going to the - chamber of the duke, who was undreffing him-felf for bed, as he had not flept the whole night. On his entrance, he bowed and faid,—f My lord, you muft fet at liberty the lord de Beaumanoir, that brother Cliflbn may talk with him ; for it is he who muft go for the money, and give your peo-ple poffeffion of the caftles and town.-' « Well/ replied the duke, * let Kis irons be taken off, and pu&them in an apartment together : I fhall look to you for the performance of the treaty, as I do not wifhto fee them ; and, when I fhall have flept a little, freturn to me again, and we will talk more on the fobjeck/ 4 Very well, my lord/ faid the lord de Laval, and quitted the chamber, accompanied by two knights, who conducted him to the place where the lord de Beaumanoir was confined. He was in hourly expefclation of being put to death ; and, when the door opened (as he owned afterwards), he thought


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