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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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CHAP- LXXX. MR WALTER MANNY CONDUCTS THE ENGUSH INTO JBRITTANY. ^γΗΕΝ the governor of Guingamp, fir Yves de Trefiquidi, fir Galeran de Landreman, and the other knights, perceived this fuccour coming to them, they told the biihop that he might break up his conference, for they were not now inclined to follow his advice. The biihop, fir Guy de Léon, replied, * My lords, then our company ihall feparate; for I will go to him who feems to me to have the cleareft right/ Upon which he fent his defiance to the lady, and to all her party, and left the town to inform fir Hervé de Léon how matters flood. Sir Hervé was much vexed at it, and immediately ordered the largeft machine that was with the army to be placed as near the caille as pofiible, ftridly commanding that it fliould never ceafe working day nor night. He then prefented his uncle to the lord Lewis of Spain, and to the lord Charles òf Blois, who both received him moft courteoufly. The countefs, in the mean time, prepared, and hung with tapeftry, halls and chambers, to lodge handfomely the lords and barons of England whom fhe faw coming, and lent out a noble company to meet them. When they were landed, (he went herfelf to give them welcome, refpedfully thanking each knight and fquire, and led them into the town and caftle, that they might have convenient X 2 lodging:


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