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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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and you know he is in treaty with us through the count d'Armagnac. I with, therefore, to have thofe prifoners in exchange for fome others-who are in my fort, as I have been earneftly requefted to get them by the lady-dauphjn, and fhe is fo good a lady, one cannot refufe her any thing.f The bourg de Copane replied,—c Amerigot, you are indeed bounden to oblige this lady, for you had from her, three years ago, five thoufand francs of her money for thé ranfom of the caille of Mercier. Where is now the lord dauphin !" * They tell me,' fays Amerigot, € that he is at Paris, _ negotiating the treaties you know we have engaged in with him and the count d'Ar-magnac/ c Come with us,' faid Perrot le Bear-nois, * and leave all théfe things : you will gain by it, for you (hall have a fhare of our booty/ * Whither are you going?' aiked Amerigot. € By my faith, brother-foldier, we are going ftraight to Montferrant, as that town is to be delivered to me this • night.' Amerigot replied, —* Perrot, what you are about is very wrong ; for you know we have entered into a treaty with the count PArmagnac and this country, which, on that account, thinks itfelf in a perfect ftate of feeurity. You will act indeed very ill, if you exécuté what you have faid, and ty it break off all our treaties.' c On my troth, companion, I will never keep any .treaty,' faid Perrot, f m long 1 am mailed of the field, for we muft live. Come with us, for you have nothing 112 '


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