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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 188



in your wars. You mull, therefore, fend to the duke of Lancafter wife and difcreet perfons, that the matter may be fecretly treated, and kept private until all things be completely fettled-* ,c What you have faid is right/ replied the king : c now name thofe whom you think capable of accomplifhing the matter/ .f Sire/ faid they, € we will fend your confefibr, father Fernando de Torre, aqd the biftiop of Geghene*;. who was confeflbr to the late king,, and Peter Gardelempos, who is a great orator/ * Be it fo then/.anfwered the king: c I confent, let fhem be fent for, and inftructed what they are to fay, and how to act ; for formerly, when there was a treaty of peace in agitation^ they Were not liftened to by the duke of Lancafter, who infilled, as a preliminary, that I fhould lay down my crown, and this I will never do/ The three above-mentioned perfons were fum-moned to Burgos-, where the king refided, and told from him on what object they were to be fent to Bayonne, to treat with the dpke of Lan- -cafter. They profeffed themfelves willing to un-dertake it to the beft of their abilities, and fet out on their journey with few attendants, not like to ambaffadors going to form alliances, for they were not certain what fuccefs they fhould have. On entering Navarre, they made for Pampeluna,. the refidence of the king, who had married the * Geghene. Q. • VOL. IX. N " king 177


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