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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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count de Foix come or not ?* * Yes, ire/ re-plied la Riviere : c he has a very càmftt defire to come to you, and will be here within four days.9 • Well/ faid the king, c we fliali be very happy to fee him/ The two knights then left the king to continue his game, and went to fup and refrefh themfelves, for they had rode a long day's journey* The count de Foix, who refided at Mazer es, was not forgetful of the journey he was to make, and his preparations were foon ready, for he had given orders on that head when he had firft heard of the king's coming to Touloufe* He fent forward to Touloufe purveyances in abundance, fuitable to his rank, and had ordered two hundred knights and fquires from Beam to attend him. On the day the count had fixed for his arrival at Touloufe, he entered the city with upwards of fix hundred horfe, and well accompanied by knights and fquires-of his vaflàlage. • Among them were, fir Roger d'Efpaign his coufin, the lord de Coraffe, the lord de Valentin, the lord de Quer, the lorddç Baruge, fir Efpaigndu Lyon, the lord de Roquepaire, the lord de Lane, the lord de lefacb, the lord de Perle, fir Peter de Cabeftain, fir Menant de Mmaies, fir Richard de h Mothe, fir Arnold de Saint Bafile, with many others. He * was alfo at-tended by lus two brothers^fir Peter and fir Ar-nold die Beam, and his two baftard-fons, whom he affisâaciiatcly loved, fir Evan and fir Gracien de Foix. The count had timmmm pf fetflng on^th E3 t 53«


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