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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 185



morning or evening when we are unprepared to refift them, and do us,much damage : Aymerigot is very cunning, and of great wealth. Let us therefore tell Guyot du Sel to furrender la Roche de Vandais, and if he refufe his confent, that his own head, and thofe of all his companions, (hall inftantly be facrificed/ € This is good advice/ replied the vifcount j c for, in truth, to obtain this fort are we come into the country. If we have not now Aymerigot Marcel, another time we may be more fuccefsful.' Upon this, the vifcount, the lord de la Tour, fir Robert Pauphin, fir William le Bouteiller an& their companions, advanced as near to the fort a* they could, carrying with them Guyot du Sel and the other prifoners. The vifcount, addrefting him-felf to Guyot as the captain, faid,—e Guyot, you, as well as your friends, whq are now our prifoners, mud know that, unleft you will furrender to us the fort of la Roche de Vandais, we ftiall inftantly order your heads to be cut off ; but, if you- will yield it up, we ' wjll allow you freely to depart whither you pleafe. Now, çonfidçr which you prefer, death or liberty/ Guyot du Selyreplied, c My lord, I will do alt I can to accommodate you/ and with this he ad-vanced to the barriers to fpeak with thofe within the fort. You muft know, that the remaining garrifon looked on themfelves as conquered ; for they knew not how to ad, nor whom to choofe for their leader, fince they had now loft their two captains, the moft able among them* • ' Guyot" 176


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