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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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have beflde the bodies of the twbkmghts byan ambufli we will placé in one of the tôwere.* fconfider how fôolifli thefe two Bretons muft have been to imagine they could deceive two fuch knights and keep their money. If évil béfel them, they are unworthy of regret of pity. Fol* lowing their plan, they fent one of their varlets out* of the caftiez faying,-^-' Go as far as the Frendh* blockhoufes : allow thy fell" to be taken, . but demand to be carried to fir Williiam lé Bon-ttilltr or fir John Borihedàiice, * which pf them tha&pleafeft, give them thefe tetters, àné require an atiftfrer, as their conterttt are of corifequencfc to them and to us.* ' The fefvant, who7 thought ntf-thing 'evil, faid he would èbcy their côrontiiids, and advanced tô thé neareft block-hôiife • éf the French. Qi* perceiving Mm» thofë wit&n came out to tiièet him and demanded his bùfmdfs: île Mif ke«ifoied t*'$eak #1* teWftSÊmU Boii teiHer or fir Johni ^Bonnè-lanoe. He %as cèn du&ed to .then** forthë t^ knights Vpp^ed tè be then'together. ^hen-«i their prefence, lie bowed and toobtheritfafide to deliver ht»; letter?, laying tfifct fir AUeyde'aiid'fir Peter Itoiirlkd'lcift him to theml • They were' much furprifed on ' hearing this? and that the-'goverhqtsof Ventadôur fhould wrife tcf them. They tobk the letters, anà read thçm j. but their contents Vere merçly to fajf, that ÀHèyneând Pçtçr Rou^ Woqld willingly have a patfey'with them on fômethîng to their advan-tage. . When the| had *' perufed the letters, they were more aftonifned than before, and fufpeûed f 4 . fome


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