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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.1

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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.1
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my treafbry as will appear to you fufficient to perform your journey, as well as for all thofe whom . you may choofe to take with you in your train ; you will then depofit your charge at the Holy Sepulchre of our Lord, where he was buried, fince my body cannot go there. You will not be fparing of expence—and provide yourfelf with fuch company and fuch things as may be fuitable to your rank—and wherever you pafs, you will let it be known, that you bear the heart of king Robert of Scotland, which you are carrying beyond feas by his command, fince his body cannot go thither.' AH thofe prefent began bewailing bitterly ; and when the lord James could fpeak, he fi*id,c Gallant and noble king, 1 return you a hundred thoufand, thanks for thehigh honour you do me, and for the valuable and dear treafure with which you entruft me ; and I will moil willingly do all that you com? rjiand me with the utmoil loyalty in my power j never doubt it, however I may feel myfelf unworthy of fuch a high diίHnélion., The king replied,6 Gallant knight, I thanlj you —You promife it me then }* 9 Certainly, fir, moft willingly,' anfwered the knight. He then gave his promife upon his knight* hood. The king faid, ' Thanks be to God ! for J (hall now die in peace, fince I know that the moil valiant and accompliihed knight ο£ my kingdom will perform that for me, which I am unable to do for pyfelf.* Soon


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