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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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ftate of the country,. and the treaty the count d'Armagnac had made with, the companions. He did not fbon accomplifh • the object of his coming ; " for the lords of the council, knowing well what fort of people thefe free companions were, had no faith in their profeffions, and dread-ed they would not abide by any treaty. They faid •to him,—€ Count; dauphin, we know that you and the count d'Armagnac are anxious to pro-mote every thing for the honour and advantage of the kingdom ; for both of you have rich and extenfive inheritances within it: but we very much fufpect that thefe Gafcons and Béarnais, when they fliall have received the fums agreed for, and the country (hall be. weakened* will, in the courfe of three or four months, return, regain poflfeffion of their cailles, and commit greater wafte than they have hitherto done.' • ; • The count dauphin replied to the council,-*-' My lords, it is our intention, that when this fum be raifed, it fliall be depofited at Clermoftt or Rioms, and there remain until we have-'cer-tificates of thefe companies having quitted the coufctjy.' • , . . -, ' That is well faid,' anfwered the dukes of Berry and Burgundy: f we are willing the mo-ney be raifed and put in a place of fafety; for at all events, fhould they refufe to conform to the treaty, it will ferve to collect forces to make war upon them, ftnd drive them out of their t forts. This film fliall be under the, direction of yoti, the count 4'Armagnac, and the bifhops of Clermont and Puy: you will take care that it 43 " *


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