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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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ordering Mm heayy fetters on Ms legs, and caufing him to be confined in a ftrong tower under fafer guards. When this wap done, he had the gates of the caflJe- locked, taking himfelf the keys, ordering his fervants, under pain of death, not to go neaj thp gates unlefs fent by him. ~ He then wrote let-ter* to the duke of Berry, to fay he had madç Aymerigot: Marcel hi$ prifoner;. and if he; would forgive him and make ajblid peace, he would givç him up to his -pjeafure. When the letters were finilhed and feajed, he called to hinv his mpft con-fidential . fervantj and. faid,—c Set out inftantlyfpr Paris, and. délirer thefe letters to the dujke of Perry: recommend me to him, and be fure npt to return without anfwers.* The variât took the letters, mounted an a&iye hotfe, and rode to ' Paris, where the duke of Berry was. Qn beinç admitted, he prefented the letters from his mailer, Tournemine. The duke, having opened and read them, faid fniiling to his kpights,—4 Would you like to hear news? Aymerigot Marcel i$'caught: his coufin-german Tournemine, as he writes m$ word, holds Mm in prifon/ The Rights repliedf —4 My lord, this is excellent news for Auvergne and Limoufinj for they have had, for a long time, a bad neighbour in Aymerigot. He has done fp much mifchief that, if you pleafe, he .fhall make his end on a gibbet,. for he deferves no favour nor pardon.9 41 know not/ faid the duke, € what* the king or Ms council may wifli ftp do With him-: I fhall talk with them on the fubjeâ,' * - N4 , Not 1{3


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