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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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colleôed within this fort, called la Roche de Vandais, to prevent their increafe ia numbers and in wickednefs, and to arret all of them I may be able to lay hold of, that they may fuflfer the pn-nifhment due to their crimes. In confequence, my fair firs, I ihall ftriûly obey the, commands 1 hate received, and loyally acquit myfelf of my duty. Of courfe, therefore, I flail not move from hence for any orders I may receive, until I Ihall have pofieffion of this fort and thegarrifon that now holds out againft me and my com-panions. « Should Aymerigot Marcel fet up * plea, that I have any way broken the truce* which is équi-valent to a perfcâ peace for the time, let him come forth, and I wfll have him fought with by as good, if not a better, man» than himfelf, and prove that it is he alone who hat, and continue» to violate the articles of the truce. Now, my Mr firs, having maturely weighed every thing* 1 have given you my anfwer, and you may return when you pleafe ; but 1 beg that, on your return* you will neither add to nor diminiih any part of what I have faid to you ; for reporters, by not relating the exaâ words m which any convocation has taken place, do not truly inform their lord* çf the matter.* * My lord/ replied the fquire, * Derby and* myfelf arte come hither folely to hear what'anfwef you- fliall be .pleafed to make us, and carry it back, and fince yeu have done fot we need not longer remain*9 M% t They


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