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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
page 167



fie fhould receive one hundred francs 6n his arrival at la Roche de Vândais. , The letters being fealed, thefe three took their , leave ôf the duke of Lancafter, and haftened to Dover : they crafted to Calais in a paflâge-boat, where they lay that night, and at low water dif-embarked.their horfes, and on the morrow rode to Boulogne. They paffed through Picardy to Paris, but, making no ftay there, continued their journey to Auvergne. When arrived at Limoges and the environs of la Roche de Vandais, they cautioufly advanced to enter the caftle privately ; but, on confideration, the fquire and herald did not think it prudent to enter la Roche de Vandais, but fênt the meffenger forward, faying they could now find the way themfelves, and that it would not have a good appearance fhould they be feen with him, for it would look as if he had been fent to bring them from England ; and that what they had to fay to the vifcount de Meaux would come with more weight as from the king of England himfelf, than „ if any others had interfered in it. The varlet agreed to their reafons, and, at night-fall, returned to the fort, by a road he was ac-quainted with, without any hindrance from the befiegers. He there found Aymerigot Marcel, ^ his uncle Giiyot du Sel, and the other companions, who made him good cheer, and were aftonifhed that he could have returned fropi England in fo few days. He related every thing that had paffed, and that a fquire from the duke of Lancafter and Derby the herald - 158


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