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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
page 54



now fuffering under thefe flanderous reports.* They will alk what you mean. Reply, that you have for g long time erred from the faith, and that y ça*, arç a heretic. Keep Heady to this de-claration. The bifliop of Beziers, when he hears this, will claim yon to be given, up to him. This will be inftantly complied with, for fuch cafes de-volve to the ecciefiaftical Jurifdïûion. You will be fent to Avignon, where no one will venture to accufe you in oppofition to the duke of Berry, whom the pope dare not anger. By this means you will efcape, ' without lofs of life or fortune ; but, if you hefitate in taking advantage of the aariieft opportunity, to morrow you will be hanged; for the king hates you from the clamour of the people, with whom you know how unpopulat you are/ Bethifac unfortunately believed all this falfe in-formation that had been given to him, for thofe who are in peril of their lives are much confuted in mind : he faid,—:c You are my good friends who thus kindly advife me, and may God reward you for it ! The time may perhaps come when I (hall be enabled to thank you otherwife than by words/ Upon this, his yifitors departed. When morning came, Bethifac called the gaoler, and faid, ' My friend, I beg of you to go, or . fend, to fuch and fuch perfons/ whom he named, tin the number of his inquifitors. He replied, he would do fo ; and they were informed, that Bethifac wanted to fpeak with them in his prifon. - They * flattened thither, in the hope that they were al- • ready


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