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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.10

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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.10
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well enabled to do fo; but the duke of Berry lpares neither poor nor rich : he fwallows up every thing by means of one BethHkc, his cbunfellor and treafurer, who is a native of Beziers, as you will hear from the complaints the poor will make to you, in crying out for vengeance againft him/ The king replied,—* May God forfake my foul, if I will not cheerfully liften to their com-plainte, and, before I return, provide a remedy for them." Lwiil puniih the wicked, and haye an in-quifition holden on the officers and fervants of my uncles, who formerly have had this government; And thofe who have behaved ill fhall be treated accordingly/ „ , • I ' m I CHAP. V. DURING THE TIME KINO CHARLES OF FRANCS ' IS AT MONTPELLIER, THREE OF HIS CHAM-BERLAINS UNDERTAKE TO HOLD A TOURNA* MENTlfEAR TO CALAIS, AGAINST ALL COMERS.* rT1HE king-of France refided at Montpellier • upwards of twelve days, becaufe the refpe'â and amufements he enjoyed there from the citi-zens, ladies and damfels, pleafed him greatly. Indeed, the kjpg was at this time young and giddy : he therefore danced and carolled with thefé frifky ladies of Montpellier • all night. H* entertained 20 *


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