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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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\&1 to the king and to the council. When they were read, he was defired to explain the objed of his miffion; Being well tutored, and not afraid of fpeaking,' he was not abafhed, otherwife he need riot, have made the journey, and he explained lb eloquently the reafons of his coming, and the wifhes of Aymerigot, that he was attentively liftened to. When he had told all he was charged with, he was informed that they would cdnfider the matter, and that he lhould have an anfwer to his demands. . He then quitted the .council-chamber, and waited for the anfwer to the letters. He was told that the king would write to the vifcount de Meaux? and to the duke of Berrjr, in the manner Ayme-rigot had defired. The duke of Lancafter pro-mifed to do the fame, and that thefe letters fhould be delivered by an Englifh fquire attached to the duke ; and that Derby the herald fhould crofs the fea, and accompany them when they gavç their letters, to aid their fuccefs; for he'was well known to many lords in Auvergne, particularly to the duke of Berry. Aymerigot's meflenger was very happy to hear this, and followed fo clofely the duke ot Lancafter that in a few days the letters were written, and the gentleman, whofe name, 1 believe, was Cher-bury, who was to carry them, received orders of departure. The herald Derby mofl willingly went with him, for Aymerigot's varlet had told him from his mafter, - that if he would crofs the fea,


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