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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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return to C^fhmkges and Armagnac, to guard our lands, for all the forts are not yet free from the marauders. There is Lourde, which fir Ar-naute de Beam holds in the name of the king of England; and Bouteville is garrifoned by Foixien* under the command of fir John de Greilly, fon to the late captai de Buck Notwithftanding there is a truce between the count de Foix and us fofr the e prefent, he is fo bold and enterprifing a knight, that we are never fure what his intentions may be ; and for thefe reafons I wifh you to return inftantly home. You fhalL hear very frequently from me during my abfence, and do you write confiantly.' ', Sir Bernard readily confented to what his bro-ther ' had propofed, for he thought it prudent and well advifed: he had not befide any great in* clination to crofs the mountains. Juft on his de* parture, the count faid,—€ Bernard, you will go hence to Our coufin Raymond de Touraine, who has married my coufin the daughter of the prince of Orange, and is now engaged in war with the comtat Venaiffin, that belongs to the pope: entreat of him, for I have been fo requeued by the pope, that he make his preparations to follow me in this expedition, and he fhall be my companion in ajt things : I will wait for him at Gap*, fitiiated among the mountains.9 Sir Bernard promifed to convey this meflage, and the brothers feparated, never to fee each other again. • Gap,—an ancient city in Dauphiny, capital of the Ga- pençoii, generality of Grenoble. S 3 The


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