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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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you to anfwer, how comes it that my lord of Berry fues. in favour of Aymerigot Marcel, who has done fuch mifchief to Auvergne and Limoufin, now that he is in a fair way of being caught and puniflied . for his wickednefs and breach of faith in the articles of the truce?' The fqujre replied, Two Englifhmen, a herald and another, have come to the duke, with -tery preffing letters from the king of England and the duke of Lancafter in favour. of Aymerigot/ * I readily believe, you/ faid the vifcount : ' it is Derby the herald, and a fquire called Cherbury, who Jikewife brought me thé other day letters fimilar, I fuppofe, to thofe you mention. Say . alfo from me, in addition to what I have before ^fpcken, that I beg my lord of Berry to confider well this matter ; that letters thus obtained from .lords on the other fide of the water deferve no at-. tendon from lords on this fide, who love the ho-. nour or advantage of the kingdom of France.' € My lord,' anfwered the fquire,. € be affured . that I will repeat evpry word you have faid to the ,4uke of Berry, for Aymerigot Is not fo much in : my favour but I would rather fee hi? punifhment .than his deliverance.' On this, the fquire took • leave of the vifcount and knights prefent, mounted : his horfe, and rode to la Nonnette, where he re-lated to the duke of Bep-y, that the vifcount de . Meaux would not, for any other commands but thofe dire&ly from the king, break up his lege. ' This anfwer was not very agreeable to the duke, • who imagined he was of that importance, his let- ters 16»


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