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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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two fous'the greater part of Beam, which, being free land and dependant on no one but God* he could dtfpofe of as he pleafed. - The count de Foix difmounted at the convent of the Friar Preachers, where he and his hôtife* hold were lodged ; and his people quartered them-felves as near him as they could. . . The citizens of Touloufe fliewed muchjby at the arrival of the count de Foix, for they loved him from his being fo kind a neighbour, andnever differing any of his people to make war or com* put any violence on their country. They pre* fented him with the fined wines and fo many otherx things, that he was well contented with them. He made his entry into Touloufe rather late in the evening, and remained all that night in his lodgings. On the morrow, about ten o'clock, he mounted his hdrfe, as did thofe who were to attend him to the king, •. confiding of more than two hundred knights, all men of dtdinôion ; and in this date he paradedthrough the ftreets of Touloufe to the ca€le:f where the king refided. * He difmdunted in the court .within the fird equate of the cadle9 where fermants took and held:their horfes.! • .-. The eotoht and his company afcanded the rfteps of'the great hall, whither the king had gone from his chamber to wait his arrival«; for- he was very anxious to fee him for the gallant adGons- he had performed, • ahd on account of his fair reputation*. The eoifnt de Foix, ' who was veryhaindfame in perfon and in countenance, entered the haUIbare* headed"(for he never wow? a.îcap)* withrhishair v' • c fcattered 54


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