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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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for, let happen what will, we fhall never depart hence until the place be ours by fair tneafts or foui Confult together, and then come with your anfwcFj-for I have full powers to treat with you•* *: * Sir/ replied ïhe bàftârd Aulrèy, * wèlifve al-ready confùîted and formed our f efohttion. If you* will coiifent that we, and whit belongs to us, be con* duôéd in Mety to Vilalpando, of wherever elfe we may pleafeto go, we will furrender the town ; but the inhabitants oT both fexes, who may choofe to remain in ft, fcall be permitted fo to do, without any rifle of moleftation, provided they fiihmit them* felves to the duke and duchefs of Lancafter; as other towns in Galfcia have done. • We know that yo* are the marihal of the army, part of whofe office if to enter into treaties with an enemy, fend Itkewifa that the duke will ratify whatever erigageraemsyoo may enter iftto/ € That is true,* aftftvéred fir Tho* mas : c now fuppofe I confent to all you have afked; I will not that the town be pillaged, under pre-tence of its wealth having been gained from the act jacent country, for that would caufe riots-betwew your men and ours/ f Oh no/ faid* the bâtard4* c we will only carry away what k our owrl ;• bat, (if any of our men (hall have taken or bought any thing without paying, we will not enter into any difpute on that account* With regard to provifiona, #I do not believe our men have paid one penny finie they have been here in garrifon/ c As for tha%p replied the marfhai, € it is nothing* it is an advan-tage our men will take as well as yours1: but 1 fpeak of moveables/ • Sir/ anfwered the baftard d'Ari- S74


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