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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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hioàfélf1 much obliged. The duke promifed to ufehis endeavours ; and on this they parted, and the duke continued his journey with his men at arms peaceably through Navarre, and*'having crofled the mountains at Roncefvàlles and tra* verfed the country of Bafques, entered Beam at Sauveterrè. .' : CHAP. VI. ' THE COUNT DE FOIX lECËîVËS TlfË • DtMË OF , BOURBON MOST MAGNIFICENTLY, AND MAKES ' HIM HANDSOME PRESENTS.—THE MEN AT ARMS WHO WERE UNDER SIR WALTER DE PAS-SAC AND SIR WILLIAM DË LIGNAC SACK THE TOWN OF ST. PHAGON, ON THEIR DEPARTURE FROM CASTILLE.—THE KING IS VERY WROTH FOR THIS'AGAINST THE TWO CAPTAINS, WHO • HAD REMAINED WITH HIM. COUNT Gallon de Foix was we! pleafed, on hearing the duke of Bourbon was fet Sau-veterre. . He fummoned to Orthès, where he jefided, a gallant company of chivalry; and fet out with a grand array of five hundred knights and fquires excellently mounted. They had advanced two leagues befoVe they met thfe duke, who was likewife attended by a large company of knights and fquires. On their meeting, they embraced and fhewed every token of Mëndfhip, fuch as wielUeducated princes know how tôJ do. •VOJL. IX. D ' • After 33


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