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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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of mail, which he ufually wore, he faid to the fervants, ;/ Come, let us go to my confia Tour-nemine, for it is a long time fince 1 have fèea him/ They conduced him ftraight to his chamber, and, on entering it, Aymerigot faluted him, fuf* peâing no evil: but Tournemine faidy-^6 How is this, Aymerigot? Who has fent for you? and what has brought you hither? You wifh to dif-honour me. I therefore arreft you as my prifoners for 1 fhould not otherwife loyally acquit myfelf to the crown of France, nor to my lord of Berry: you are a wicked traitor, who have broken die truce, and fhall fuller for It ^ it is on your account the duke pf Berry hates me mortally, but, through your means, I will make my peace; for, dead or alive, you fhall be given up to him, and never, on any other account, fhall you leave this caftle.' This fpeech aftonifhed Aymerigot, who re-plied,—Why, Tournemine, I am your cou&u Are you in earneft in what you fay? or do you do it to try me? I came hither, in full confidence, to fee you and aik your advice, and I meet with this cruel andharfh reception/ « I know not what you propofed for yourfelf/ anfwered Tournemine, 4 but I fhafl certainly execute what I have inti-mated to you/ and then laid hands on him; ,hi$ fervants, who knew what they were to do, ad-vanced and fazed him. Thus was Aymerigot taken without at poffibility of making any defence; for, as I have faid, he had difarmed himfelf ; nor could- any entreaties* prevent Touraemipe from ordering 182


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