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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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an extenfive province filed with towns and caftles, that had been almoft ruined by the oppreffions of the duke of Berry. Heavy complaints of this had been made to the king when he took the government into his own hands; and he faid he would travel into Languedoc, and vifit the pope, whom he had never yet feen, and he was like-wife defirous of feeing the count de Foix, of whofe largeffes and valour he had heard fo much. • The marfhal de Sancerre left Touloufe with full fit e hundred horfe, rode to Tarbes in Bigorre, and thence to Orthès in Beam. The count de Foix, having had intimation of his coming, or-dered the ftewards of his houfehold to have the town of Orthès properly prepared for his recep-tion, as his vifit gave him great pieafure. Thefe orders were punctually obeyed, and lodgings *ere marked out in the town for the marfhal's attendants but he himfelf difinounted at the cattle. The count de Foix went out of the town tx meet him, attended by more than three hun-dred horù\ and received him mon kindly. The km! Lewis de S&nœire remained at Orthès *Kut fix days ; and he then acquainted the ount of the k:ng*$ intended journey into Lan-$ut\k*c» and h.s define to fee him. % In p»i i±.ûiS pelted the cocu de Foix,c he MÏÙ be wc£xme theoe, ard I WLI with pieafure m-ait on him/ * Ii5eciJ. icy Led/ jmfwepal the mar.^, * but î; is ;he tires ir3 m know on fc^s arr.raî in L*r:pxs5.v, p**£ii:y JEWÎ openly, ^hroec yc« isxraa to *z?Mïà ycNMeïi ta the Fmch 454


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