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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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afliftance, nor to be admitted into Chaluçet nor into any other place under his command.. Ay-merigot was indifferent as to this, for he had plenty of places to retire to, in cafe of need, befide Cha-luçet, and men enough. . There were befides numbers that had nothing to do, and wifhed for mifchief, who daily offered to increafe his forces. Perrot le Béarnois forbade his men, under pain of death, to pake any fallies injurious to the country people, for he declared he would mod ftriaiy and honourably abide by the letter of the truce. Olim Barbe, however, captain of Donzac, diffembled in this bufmefs, faying ' publicly he would adhere to the terms of the truce ; but I was told that his men fctmetimes made.excurfions pri-vately, and, when they had collected any con-fiderable booty he infilled on having the advantage of it. The deputies from Glermont, Montferrant and Riom arrived at Paris, where they found the king, the (Juke of Berry, the duke of Touraine and fir Oliver de Cliffon conflable of France. They im-mediately waited on the duke of Berry and his council, to ftate the caufe of their coming, and to inform them that Aymerigot Marcel was pillaging Auvergne, and that evil-minded perfons were daily increafing. They entreated them for God's fake to provide *a remedy, for, if it were fuffered to continue much longer, the whole of Auvergne and Limoufin would be completely deftroyed. The king and the duke of Berry were much aftonilhed on hearing this intelligence, for they ' thought 143


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