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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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Geronnet carried his company to the crown Inn, where, having put their horfes in a liable, they chofe a handfome apartment for themfelves, where-they remained in quiet, not venturing abroad, in the town, left their plan might be dis-covered, but thought only of enjoying them-felves, as-they intended others fhould pay their reckoning. / . Towards evening, they took a great deal of care of their horfes, and gave the hoft, hoftefs, and fervants to underfland, as they had come afar off, it was neceffary they fhould be well at-tended to. They called. fo loudly for candies, they could not fatisfy them; and would not gp to bed, but kept drinking and roaring in their chamber. The hoft and hoftefs, noticing the merry, life thçy led, and not having the finaUeft, fufpicion of them, went to bed. • I wijl now retira to Perrot le Béarnois and his companions. This fame day, towards evening, they left Donzac, under the command of feven captains. Perrot le Béarnois was the. chief, then the bourg, de Copane, wh#fe name was Arnau-don,, the bourg Angloi*, le bourg. Çarlat, Aptcra Seighin, • Oini/B^rl}^,, and Bern^don des Iflesr there was, alfo with tjhpm a.gran4 pillager frofti Béarn, caijied the lord de Lance-plaine. ' It wan fronqi him a^ud* 4thp:i bourg de ÇofmneJ learnt all this bufine^s, ^mxc^jithje ,jnanner of its j being un-dertaken, after Ç*n#§^as, .wheaji the (nights are long and cold. The weather this night wfp f» fevere, with wind and -rain, - that the captain of 'the guard woultf' not Jeave ' his tigtrie, but féht 110


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