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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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a perfon well fpoken, and well infornied, to Eng* land, would not be loft pains. They fele&ed a varlet who had been educated by them, and in-ftrufted him as follows : € We will conduft thee in fafety out of this fort, in fpite of our enemies, and give thee money fufficient for the journey thou art to perform, as well as for thy other wants. Thou wilt carry to England thefe three letters j one to the king, one to the duke of Lancafter, and the other to the king's council ; which thou wilt punc-tually deliver. Thou wilt recommend me hand-fomely to them ; andj as thefe are credential let-ters, they will afk, € What is the objeft of thy coming f .Thou wilt fay, that Aymerigot Marcel, their little fojdier and fubjeft, who is firm in hit obedience to their will; is befieged in a fmall fort belonging to the king of England, as one of the mefne fiefs of Limoufin j that thofé who are before it exert themfelves to their utipoft to gain the place, and make him apd his companions pri-soners ; that the befiegers are fent thither by the king of France, under the command of a coufin to the lord 4e.Copcy, called fir*Robert vifeount de Meaux} that the objeâ: of this million k to requeft the king of England, his council, ^nd the duke of I^ancafter, as lieutenant for the ki }g in the Borde-lois, to write to the vifcoutit de Meaux to depart jnftantly fropi before la Roche 4e Vandais with all his men. Jfure to have inferted in the letters for the yifcount, that he be careful not to infringe the truce figned ,at Lepljnghen, pr to.dread the cqufequences, becaufe I know not what effeft ' « thefe 154


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