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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.9

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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.9
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The knights thanked the king an4 his council iot the anfwer they had received, but added, c they' would not fay that all the • conditions fhould be accepted : if they were not, they would fend back their herald; and, fhould he not return, they might conclude the whole were accepted.* 4 We are Satisfied/ replied the council. The king withdrew to his clofet; but fir Wal-ter de Paflac and fir William de Lignac re- . mained with the knights, and conducted them to a handfome apartment ' where a dinner was provided for them. They all dined together : when dinner was over, they partook of wines and fpices ^ in the king's clofet, and then took their leave, as their pafles were ready for them. On their return to their hotel, they inftantly mounted their horfes ; for the king's harbingers had fupplied them with all things at his ex-penfe, and, leaving Medina, they rode to Vil-leclope, where they lay that night. On thé morrow, they dined at Vilalpando, and lay at Noya/. The next day they came to Orenfe, where they found the conftable. During the time they had been on this em-baffy, the lord Fitzwaiter*, one of the greateft barons in the duke's army, had died : he was a valiant • Lord Fit^walter. See Dugdale, who mentions his gal-lantry in the attack on the block-hçufe, before Brett, but omits taking notice of his death in Spain. Indeed be only Vol. IX. ' C • " %i» 17


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