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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 187



CHAP? XYL THE MESSENGERS FROM ENGLAND, HBaElNO OF THE SURRENDER OF LA' ROCHE DE VAN-UAIS, TAKE LEAVE OF THE DUKE OF BERRY. — AYMERIGOT RETIRES TO THE HOUSE OF A RELATION, CALLED TOURNEMINE, WHO BE-TRJtYS HIM TO THE KING OF FRANCE. ' HE IS CARRIED TO PARIS, AND THERfi be* HEADED AMHIS BODY QUARTERED. \TQU have heard how la feoche de Vandais was won, to the contentment of the furrounding country, for, haii it'been otherwife, it would have fuffered much from the garrifop. News*of this was carried to fhe duke of Berry at Cantelon, a manor of his fituated between Chartres and Mont-lehtry, nine leagues from Paris j but he was in-different about the matter, for he was become quite cool in regard to foliciting the king in favour of Aymerigot Marcel. - When Derby the herald heard of the furrender from the duke's knights, he faid to Cherbury, « I have loft one hundred francs, which Aymeri-got had promifed me.f 4 For what? and how have you loft them?' aiked the fquire.- € In God's name/ faid Derby, c la Roche de Vandais ha$ furrendered : the s French have conquered it. Let us take leave of the duke of Berry and return ta England, for we have nothing further to do here/ ' ' Since 17«


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