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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 176



Mm.9 € I dire fàf ytm have gufeflfcd right/ 'ÊM the vifcount : € 1 will, if I can, find out the flrUth ©fit.' • The fquire was called in to receive his ànfwer, and, when in the prefence of thèaffembled knights, the vifcount thus addrefied him, calling him by his name, for he knew him Well : c Péter, I wiih you # to .underftand that I owe, and am défiîous of p$f* ing, all obedience to my lord ôf Berry, foi- he is fo noble, and fo nearly ^elated to the king, tliatl fhould be forry to do otherwifè, but riiylelf ah& companions, whom you fee, have bèéti for tRefe live weeks before this fort, to take it and thelMevét who garrifon it, by pofitive ordeffs froni the kinfc and his council. We wonder, therefore, and not without reafon, how my lord of Berry can entrait us in favour of his enemies, and defire us to raife the liege and march away. We all agree in dè« claring that, if it were done, we fhould givç (He greateft encouragement to all thieves who in futute may overrun the kingdom, and induce them to commit the greateft outrages. Peter, you will tell the duke of Berry from us all, and from me ill par-ticular, that we ate ready and willing to obey his commands, but that I have been fo pdfirively otr-idered to continue this fiege, with as much vigour and patience as pdfS blé, until I be matter of the place and garrifon,^ that I dare not aS contrary % and fay, that I fhall not obey any other Commands but thofe of the king, whofe fubjéâ: I am, and who -has fent me hither. I beg of you, Peter, to tell me one thing, if it is not an improper cpcftioh for M 4 you


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