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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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ten thottfand francs/ The three knights tfaft themfelves on their knees, and returned the king their warmeft thanks. , "CHAP. VL DURING THE KING OF FRANCE*S RESIDENCE Atf BEZIERS, ACCUSATIONS ARE MADE AGAINST BETHISAC,. ^TREASURER TO THE DURE OF 1ERRY.—THINKING « TO BE. SENT TO THE POPE AND ESCAPE PUNISHMENT,' HE CON* FESSES HIMSELF A HERETIC AND SODOMITE* BUT IS TRANSFERRED OVER, BY THE OFFICIAI* AT BEZIERS, TO THE SECULAR POSTER,- AN9 • BURNT. . TTJHEN the king of France had, for fifteen days or more, taken his aniufements with thf ladies and damfels of Montpellier, and his mini-fters-, during that time, had attended to the ftate of the town % for that had been the'caufe of his coming, ahd had made many reforms^and taken off feveral heavy taxes of which the MwMtaatfts hied complained, he grackmfly took his leave of tfet ladies, and one mornings very early departed, fol-lowing thr road to Alipiam*, where he dined, and lay that night at St. Thibery f. ^ • *, -1 •* ' .,» , , -, ,. ~—ilj »i, j ;:L r' I * Alipiam. It is Olipiamin Jhe MSS^nd Alpiftm in Ve* rard. Q.,if not intended forYille Airac, which is on the line from' Montpellier to Sft Thibery. f St. Thibery, a town in the diocefe of Adge, near Per D3 87


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