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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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ters ought to have attention" paid them in France, or at leaft in Auvergne. When Derby and his companion learnt the purport of the anfwer, they were much caft down, for they faw they had la-boured in vain. They afked the duke, what they were now-to do. 4 Shall we leave you with un-fatisfaftory anfwers to our king and the duke of Lancafter? who had the fulleft hope you would have had the fiege of la Roche de Vandais raifed, for it is within your territories.' 6 A little patience/ replied the duke: € Aymeri-got is in a very ftrong place, and, unlefs fome un-fortunate accident happen, cannot for a long time be taken. I muft fhortly go to Paris ; and, when there, I will prefs the matter warmly with the king and his council, fince my good confins of England are fo earneft in the matter. You both fhall ac-company me, and witnefs the exertions I make.* This fpeech contented the fquire and the herald. % Within four days afterward, the duke fet out from la Nonnette, leaving there the duchefs and the greater part of his houfehold, and went to Riom in Auvergne. He waited there eight days for the count de Sancerre and the lord de Renel*, whom he had fent to Avignon on his private affairs. On their arrival, they fet out together through the .Bourbonnais, and by a fhort day's journey, came to Bourges, where they tarried two days. On the .third, the duke departed, and came to Mehun fur * The lord de Renel. ' The MSS. have Revel. t Yevre, 169


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