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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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Mm to the charge of the vifcount d'Achy, who was at that time governor of it. He was not long detained there, but given up to'the provoft of the Châteiet, who carried him thither. True it is, that he offered fixty thoufand francs for his pardon, but no one would have any thing to do with him: they told him the king was rich enough, and wanted not his money. From the time he was delivered to the provoft, there was no delay in his trial, when he was con** demned to a fhamefut death, as a traitor to the crown of France. He was firft carried in a cart to the pillory in the market-place, and turned round within it. lè-verai times. His different crimes were then read aloud, for which he was to receive death. ' Sir William le Trunf* was by his fide a long time, and talked much with him, on the affairs of Auvergne as it was fuppofed, and to learn the ( truth refpeâing feverai captains of forts, whether they had been affociates in his wickednefs. This was certainly known to the lords, but Ï never could gain information refpefting it. His head was cut off, and his four quarters affixed over four different gates of Paris. Such was the end of Aymerigot Marcel; but I know not what became of his wife, or of his wealth. • In the MSS. it is fir William le Bouteitier, which I fhould jpwik more probable. 185 CHAP-


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