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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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(he fudfknjy plunges them In the dirt: witnefa Aymerigot Marcel. The foolifh fellow was worth, as was believed in Auvergne, more than fine hun-dred thoufand francs in money, which he loft in one day, together with his life. I therefore fay, that dame Fortune played him one of her tricks, which ftie had played to feveral. before, and fee will do the fame to many after him. Aymerigot, in his tribulations, bethought him-felf of a coufin-german he had in Auvergne, a fquire called Tourn^mine, to whom he refolved to apply, and alkhis advice. This he did, and, only attended by a page, entered the caftle of his coufin. * He thought to be well received there, on account of his relationfhip, tut was difap-pointed ; for this fquire was not in the good graces of! the duke of Berry, who indeed hated him, as the fquire knew well. He was afraid of the con* fequences, and refolved, on feeing his coufin Ayme-rigot enter his caftle, to arreft him and inform the duke of Berry what he had done, and offer, .if he would forgive him and be on gpod terms for the future, to deliver up Aymerigot parcel, for him to do with hiin as he fhould pleafe. All this he executed; for, when Aymerigot entered the caftle, he was fhewn into a chamber, when, having pulled off his fword and cleaned himfelf, he afked the fervants, * Where is my coufin Tournpmine?' * He is in his chamber,' replied the fervants, who already knew their matter's defign: € come and fee Mm/ 4 With all my heart/ faid Aymerigot. Having put on a new drefs, and laid afide his coat N 3 . of 181


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