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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
page 147



3?be caw* fifttttf wt, for llit prefent, obtain H«y .#hpr anCwer : but he continued with the itake» mni was lodged -within his enfile. He ibid ab»it fifteen days with the dujke of Brit* tony in Vana& fmd thereabout*, who treated him with much affection. He Ihewed faim hi* Mr caftie toi Ermpie, which he hpd mwly re* laired and beautified, as hp there ejyoyod him-felf the rhoft. The county one day finding hint in good humour, agaip remonftcated with him (n his late couduot, and repeated the canfe of his coming ; but, .though- the duke's nnfivei* MM m &w» th^re was TO dépendance to h* plaçai on bis rpftitution of the hundred thoufaod fiança und the ca&lee to the eonftablç. He .did at length r$fcor£ thfifn ;. but it ww pf hip. ojvn free J!#I, without any raquÊft bejng m^de^ pid vbff il W& the leaâ e^piected, ,as I wll nelate in tht pourfe of tap biftory, according tp /the ipfor-JBfttipn I rooeiv^L The count d'EAampes* finding that » longer flay in Brittany would be ufelefs, determined ta jtfke bis leave of the duke, and return to France* |o tin? dik« of Berry, who had fent him thither. The dpke of Brittany parted with him very af« fe^liop^tsJy, a»d» planted hiox wUh a hand-Jfepfp white palfrey, faddJbd and equipped as jf for a king, a»d * riapig with a rich ftope, which fc*4 QOÛ a| |ief# one thpn&ad franca. . T^JB count, cp laying Brittany, went to .Ant &r§i whfite hf waited on the queen of Naples mi Jofcn of Brittapy, who vcne «fixions to hear fiiat had pafed. They (aid* FIÉ^IÉI, yau . ; # mitt Ill


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