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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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fcâeêâ of hfe fortuné, when other évente flap* pened that I will relate. 1 know not, nor have ever been able to learn but. from his own Confef-fiôn, whether he was or was not guilty of the Crimes he accufed hiifcfelf of. He'-feclared he had been for a long time a heretic, and had done many horrid and wicked deeds. According to the in^ formation I had, fome perfons vifited him by night in his prifon, and, to frighten him, fa'id; 4 Be-thifac, you are in an unfortunate Situation ; for the king of France, his brother and the duke of Bourbon are determined on your death : and they have had fo many accufations againft your conduft, when you formerly governed Languedoc, that they judge you deferving the gallows, and you will not efcape with the confifcation of your wealth. This has been offered to* the king1; but he hates you mortally, and refufed it, faying, that both your property and your body too was1 forfeited to hhn and you fhould not long remain confined. We tell' you this, that you^ may confider and make the beft ufe of' your time ; for to-morrow you will be brought from prifon, and, from the appearances we have obferved, we fuppofe you Will be con-demned to death/ ' - ' ' This fpeeeh greatly terrified Bethifac, who ex-claimed, * Ah, holy Mary! are there no meanfc to avoid this?* c Yes/ replied they: €fayj to-morrow that you wife to fpeak to the council: they will either come or fend for ybtr. When in their prefencé, fay, 'My hfds, 1 fear! have greatly offended God, and for this offence*am *I now 44


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