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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 193



Not long after this converfation, the duke took boat and crofled the Seine to the Louvre, where the king and his council were. He related the in-telligence he had received, and gave them the letters of Tournemine to read, which afforded fà-tisfadion to all. The lords faid, that fuch pillagers always came to a difgraceful death, and that fooner or later it awaited them. It was determined, that the duke of Berry Ihould undertake the manage-ment of this bufinefs, and order the fênêfchai of Auvergne to fetch Aymerigot, and bring him to Paris, where he fhould be confined in the Baftille, at the gate of St. Anthony, and delivered over to the provoft of the Châtelet, who would take good care of him. It was alfo refolved, that on account of the agreeable fervice Tournemine had now done to the crown of France, all his former mifdeeds fhould be forgiven, and a pardon granted by 'iletters patent, which Tournemine'* fervant brought back with him, and by it pleafed his matter greatly, for in them he confided* It was not long before the fénéfchal of Auvergne, by an order from the duke of Berry, came to the caftle of Tournemine, and had Aymerigot Marcel delivered up to him : who was thunderftruck at thus finding himfelf in the hands of his enemies. Why fhould I make a long ftory of it? The fé-néfchal had him efoorted by a body of men at arms through the country, and crofted the Seine and Marne at Charenton. Thence he conduced fcim to the caftle of the Baftille, and delivered Urn 184


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