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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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fimç treachery, . They, however, confuted toge-ther on» what oobM be wanted with them, and re-tunned t a yefbai mcfiage, that if die gcjyembrs mihedto mpet tfeeia without the caftjc, they wpuld • proraife thfsi, and tbpfe who fhould açcpmpfcnj ifrgfn, perfect fecuiity for • their perfepf iftti) thtfy had re-entered theplasç. ' . . Such was thç iqifwer the varlet brought bid* te I»s p#ers, Pfiter faid -to, fk^&fapm, M$j ve.fon£4e in • iyc^ prqmifes?' c Oh yes/ relied )p brqttan ^orçdnftder their word i* girafeADd $bey, w$ loyal fatfghts &c*p»ble of breaking- it W#. will fefcrai thfm of our intendediwmrider* vjftfe tb^: will eagerly icccpL* \ . . " . '^^-fflWW». »bwi eight: cfdeckt-thty m ^#t|i wicJufsdjoppiig tbegete.t».he.4^ûe4» fpd ttabridgf «9 te torod fom *# tes»! ni thf claws mM fir. Williaft te JBotuiiUer §pd*ir Jplp RMHK-bm* mwcài ^bn ^Mmmmi be- Ipt ti» -bridge, qpg -prder# jth«r afteidHPi It mfe* -When the jfq * ftHPP govepptrii « lie. Iwdge, few then, -Âey.^ked» :cfl§tF W jtQPp.:«Hi foqrarle wiffr ygu ia-'ftfety.?-' Me*/ f^plied" the k#ight*{ 4 but is there no treachery qn your fide?' 4 Oh no,' ^nfwered the IXcetpf s; 4 jt js now triœ.b^if^m us.* : c WçE then, come with ell fecurity, s»d tpll m what you haw to lay/ Çpter and Aileype Roux then paffed the bridge^ aid Vwt to the p|2|ce where they were waiting for them. ; ' 'The two lights* faid, c What U'the fubje^ of the treaty or parley you wifh to have with us? .Are yp\* inclined tp furrender Ycntadour?' € Jt$\ • 72


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