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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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ins be on bad terms, and yon will incur my. ferions anger: for know that I have not;learnt to lofe, but to win/ c Captain,' replied Geronnet, ' you have rea-fon to fay fo; and I now offer to put you in pofieffion of Montferrant within fifteen days, if you be willing to undertake it In this town there is great wealth and wherewithal to plun-der; for, befides its riches in filk and merchan-dife, many of the inhabit ants have muchinoney. Sir Peter de Çiac, chancellor of France, who knows well where to feek for money, has dëpo-fited, as I have been informed, a very large fum in this town of Montferrant ; and I muft fay, it is the weakeft and worft guarded town in the realm: this is the offer I fent you, and the pro-ipife I entered into. - * In God's name/ anfwered Perrofr, f it is well faid, and I accept it: I will'fecretlymake pre* parations: you know all the outlets of the town: but will it require many men?' Threeorfour hundred fpears/ faid Geronnet, € will do the bu-finefc; for -they do not feem people likely to make any great refiftanee/ ' Well, by God/ replied Perrot, 41 will undertake it,, and make it known to the captains of the forts that are aear us, and when we be all aflembled, will march thither/ - In confequence, Perrot. le Béarnois got him-felf m readinefs, and fent information of his in* tentions to the captains of the fort* in the ndgh* bourbood, and fixed their rendezvous at the caftie


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