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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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tively, and what they did not underftand the cen-turion interpreted in very good French. . When he had fkifhed all he had been ordered to lay, he afked for an anfwer. The French lords told him he fhould have one as foon as they had conftdered the purport of his meflage. Twelve of the greateft barons of the army affembled in the duke of Bourbon's tent, and the meflenger and interpreter being called in, the lad was ordered' to tell him from the lords prefent, c' that in con-fequence of their anceftors having crucified and put to death the Son of GOD, called JESUS CHRIST, a true prophet, without any caufe or juft rfeafon, they were come to retaliate on them for this in-famous and unjuft judgment. Secondly, they were unbaptifed, and infidels in the faith to the holy Virgin, mother of JESUS CHRIST, and had no creed of their own. For thefe and other caufes, they held the Saracens and their whole fed as enemies, and were come to revenge the injuries they had done ta their GOD and faith, apd would to this effe& daily exert themfelves ,to the utmoft of their power/ When the meflenger had received this -anfwer, he departed from the army unmolefted, and re-turned to report to his matters what you have juft read. The Saracens laughed heartily at hearing it, and faid, they made aflertions without proofs, for it was the Jews who had crucified JESUS CHRIST, and not them. Things remained on the former footing : the fiege was continued, and each army on its guard, MS . CHAP.


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