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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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Wrivàli they found numbers of the duke's fertant* playing in the fquare before the .caftle*»gate. The herald was known to many of them, and condu&ed to the duke of Berry, who, in côniideration of his regard to the king of Englaid and the duke of Lancafter, ordered him and his companion to be well taken care of. . •. The fquire being the bearer of the letters from the king, prefented them to the duke, who, having read them twice lowly through, paufed a little, and then gave fuch courteous anfwefs as both were fatisfied with ; for he laid, €. from his affe&ion to his coufins, he would do all in his power to com-ply with their requefts.* The herald and fquiré concluded from this, that they fhould completely fucceed in. their miffion, and were in high fpirits ^ but, as you fhall hear, they were difappbipted. • . The duke of Berry was not negleâful of the bufinefs, and exerted himfelf to have the fiege of la Roche de Vandais ,raifed, from his regard to the king of England and the duke of Lancafter, who entreated it; and engaged* that if Aymerigot -Marcel were left in the quiet pofTeffton of bis fort, he fhould not, hereafter, imoleft the.country, and that he fhould make any reparation to the king of France for having offended tym. The duke of Berry, anxious to oblige the Englifli who were in his caftle, wrote • letters to this purport to the vifcount de Meaux ; and,. before they were fealed, had them read to hisguefts, who were exceedingly pleafed with their contents. M 3 f ' .The 105


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