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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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the firft of Auguft, and the knight was at this time going or returning, 1 know not which, to or from the duke of Lancafter at Bayonne. ; It fell out juft as the earl of Arundel and the Englifh barons wifhed ; for they found out a man from lower Brittany, who ferved under fir William Helimon, then on board, who came from hear Vannes, and underftood four lan-guages perfectly well, that of lower Brittany, Englifh, Spanifh and French. Before they landed him on the fand, they gave him the fol-lowing orders : ' Thou wilt go by all the bye-roads in this country, which thou fayeft thou art acquainted with, until thou fhalt come to Chaluçet *. Thou wilt falute Perrot le Béar-nois, from us, and tell him, that we defire he will take the field, with as many other garrifons of our party ai he can, and make war on France under our commiffion. Thou fhalt not carry any letters for fear thou mighteftbe flopped and fearched. Say, if thou findeft thyfelf in dan-ger, that thou belongeft to à wine-merchant of la Rochelle, who had fent thee with fome com-ipifiions, and thou wilt pafs every where. Tell Perrot to give inftant alarm to Berry, Auvergne and Limoufin, by taking the field; for we will difembark near la Rochelle, and make fuch a war that he fhall foon hear of us/ The Breton faid, he would faithfully deliver the meflage, unlefs he was flopped on the road. On being landed, as he knew well the country * Clmluçtt,. a town in limoufin, near Kerre-buffiere. of 194


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