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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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ai? council of waf, When his pfojH^al would hw» been heard and difcuffed it leifure, his intention* been known, and anfwers made according as they fhould think the ihatter deferred. Such a combat fhould ptever bé undertaken but after gteat defc. befatiort, efpeciaHy with enemies Ike to thofe we ate engaged with. And when it had been agreed on, that the names and qualities of each combatant fhould be declared, we would then have feleâed proper perfons to meet them, and proper fecurities would have been required from the Saracens for the uninterrupted performance of the combat, and a due observance of the articles. If matters had been thus managed, lord of Thim, I think it would have been,better. It would be well if it could be put on this footing ; and I will fpeak to the duke of Bourbon and the principal barons in the army, and hear what they trail fay on the fubjeâ. The lord de Coucy then departed for the tent of the duke of Bourbon, where the bafrohs were aflembled às they had heard ef this challenge, to confider what might be the probable event of k» ' Although the lord de Coucy had intended'Ms fpeech to the lord de Thim as advice for his benefit, he did Hot the léfs arm ftfimfeff: when fully equipped, he w %nt with his companions, * who were com-pletely armed, and in good array, with fir Guy de la Trimouille art thet h?ad, to meet the Sa-racens. 4 During this, there iras convetfafcton on tht fubje& between the lords in the tent of the duke of Bourbon : many thought the accepting fuch p - a challenge


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