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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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Ms îiày at Condé. „Havirig delivered his letter^ the vifcount read theft- contents, and faid hd would inftantly obey the king's order's, as was but right*' Having made his preparations as fpeedily as hé could, he left Condë and rode on to Paris, where he waited on the king and council. On entering the counciUchamber, he was told,—1 Vifcount, make hafte and aflemble all your retainers of men at arms, for you muft immediately fet off for AuJ vergrte. There are bands of pillagers, of whom Aymerigot Marcel, as weK are informed^ is the! chief, who rob and imprifôn the country people* Let them be driven thence ; and if you can any way entrap Aymerigot, and deliver him up to us* we,(hall have greatxjôy. Ôfdéts have bed* given for you tô receive the pay of your men at arma at Clermont in Auvergne ; and; with tegard to your expenfes thither, fpeak to our tteafurer of the army. He has been charged to pay your fmaller expenfes, and to hurry you away, for the bufinefs requites it/ The vifcount replied he tras quite ready, and^ leaving the council, returned to his inn, where he employed perfons to write to fuch knights and fquires of the ifle of France and in Picatdy, who were his acquaintance and dependants, defirmg them inftantly to fet out for Chartres, where they would find him prepared to rttufter them. AH to whom he ' had fent complied with his requeft f for they Iqved him, and looked to him as to an able captain. They ware all at ^Chartres m the m VOL. X. I* appginted 145


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