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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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Waning their mirai, received then kindly, from Ms afieâsoQ.to the king,. and front Ut former ac-quaintance with them. Tito marihal, addreffing him, faid,—€ My lord of Foix? otor very dear lord, the king of France» fends 'us to utfite yon to come to Touloufe * otherwife, • fi great is .his defire to fee you, that he will, do Ms utmoft to vifit you in your own country/ The count replied,—4 Sir Lewis, I will not give the king the trouble, of coming to me i fcr it it itoare becoming that I wait on hinu You will tel him, therefore* if you* pfeafe, from me, that I •wiH be in Touloufe * within four days.9 c It m well faid,9 replied the knight : c we will return, and tarry Mm this your anfwçr.' * That you may boldly do,' faid the count ; c but not to-day}. for y«u .(hall now. ftay with me, as I am heartily^ glad to fee you both} • and in the morning you ihall fet out on your. return.' . The.two knights, remained with the count,. who was in the higheft good humour, that day and night, and they convçrfed on various fubjcûs. The contfrt was a wife and prudent man, and had a talent of drawing from any perfon with whom he converted, be his dation what it might, his moft private thoughts. At bed-time, they took leave of the count, ' intending to fet out very earty in the morning for Touloufe, wMch they did, and I believe performed the journey in one day. ' On their return, they found the king playing at. chefs with the duke of Bourbon, who, on feeing, them, called out, c Well, what news ? Will the • count


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