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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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he hencrarably difpofed of, aud for the advan-tage of the realm.'1 Having declared he would do fo3 he took leave of the king, his uncles and council, ?md ^departing from Rouen, continued hb road until he came to Clermmt, where he found the count d'Armagnac, his. brother and numbers of lords waiting his arrived. He relat-ed to them that the king and his council had "their doubts of the captains of the free " carapa-niet^aAd the manner this money was raifed* •and depofited in a place of feeurity until the in-tentions of thefe captains, who by force kept potifeffion of forts and cailles in the realm, ffrouid be clearly known. They replied, € that fuch were their wifbes ; -and, fince it is agreeable to the king, we will finiih the bufmefs; hut we muft firft conclude a peace or truce With the leaders, that the country may be affured the tax we are about to radfe will be properly applied for their feeurity.' Com-miflferies were lent by the count d'Armagnac to parley with Perroft le Béaraods, and Amerigot Marcel, who were Che principal chiefs of the forts on this fide the Dordogne, in conjunction with the bourg de Copane, Bernard des Ifles, Olim Barbe, Abton Seghin, the lord de l'Ex-emplaire, and many more. Thefe ' captains could never agree as to terms, fm what one party acceded to i« one week, jthe next it was M-fufed t the reàfon was, thkt being from different countries, they had vairkms opinions. Thofe from Armagnac, who were « &rt of retainers to the count, readily affettted to tàikt he offered ; but A4 '


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