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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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one morning or evening, when they were off their guard, copie and attack them^ to force them to raife their fiege. The vifcount de Meaux and his knights held a council on this intelligence, and re* folyed to fend a herald to Perrot le Béarnois, go« vernor of Chaluçet, and to Olim Barbe at Donzac, to knQW whether they were at war or peace with thefe garrifons, and according to their anfwer to prepare themfelves. The herald, being inftru&ed as to what he wai to fay and how he was to aft, departed, and, on Mi arrival at Chaluçet, accidentally found Perrot 1c Béarftois at • the barriers amufiiig himfelf with his companions in throwing the bar. He difmounted, andafked for the gbvernor. ' Onhis being pointed out, he advanced towards him, arid punâiially: de-livered the meffage he had been charged with. Perrpt replied,—çc Herald, you will tell your maf-ters, who have fent you hither, that wè mean as loyally and truly to keep the truce which has been concluded between France and England, as we ex-pert it will be kept with us. • -Should any of our people infringe the fmalleft article of it, and we he made acquainted therewith, we will lay hands on them, if it lhould be |n our power, and infliâ fuch punifhment as they deferve and as we have promifed to execute on them. I wifli you would alio tell your mailers, that what Aymerigot Marcel has done was without any advice from us, to whom he never fpoke on the fubje& We have forbidden him or his people to feek refuge within our do-, - L 4 main, - 151


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