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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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• ftould no purveyances enter thé fort for eight years, I know they have enough ; and it is this which aftonifhes us, and makes us fufpeft treachery; for fuch men at arms, when flint up in fortreffes, bave a lively imagination, and, when it turns to wfckednefs, they know too wfeH how to fucceed : therefore, my lord, be cautious how you aft.' ' ' * InOod's name/ • anfwered the duke of Berry, « you'do not tell us any thing extraordinary, but . bave well fpoken, when you thus adv|fe us; aûd I will take more precautions than I at firft in-tended/ ' • - He then called to him a knight, whole name #as fir Peter Mefpin, and faid,—* You will go • with * the ranfom-inoney for Ventadout to the Block-houfes before that place, and tell fir Wil-liam le Bouteiller and fir John Bonne-iance, ' from us, to be very cautious how they aft, refpefting; their treaty, arid not to put too much confidence' tn thefe Bretons of Vehtadour; for that we have bad foch intelligence concerning them, of which they are ignorant, they muft be very prudent and btferving/ » ' ' * The knight undertook the journey, and, being foon ready, departed with the money from Riom, and rode on until he arrived at the block-houfes, where he was kindly received by his Companions. -_ The money was unpacked, and placed in fecurity. Sir Peter Mefpin, after fome general converfadon, v told his meffage • as follows : 1 My lord of Berry orders me to inform you, fir William and fir John, that you muft aft with the greateft precaution in • this 76


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