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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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of JBoufcgne. On theinoixowi fir Memwi'à'^t* magnac departed* and, crofting the Rhône at the Pont du Saint Eiprit, rode over the «moj^tains^ through Quercy, until he reached Ms deflination* leaving his brother .to manage for himfelf his war with the count de Vertus. Before, however* he left Pont du Saint Eiprit, he wrote letters to the count d'Armagnac, to inform Jhim of the a&fwer he had received from fir Raymond de Touxaiae* and had alfo letters from his brother, on his xoad awards Gap. Haviiyg jtead their contents, he purfued his journey without farther attendit^ to nhem. We will ,continue our hiftory of the count John d?Arm%guaç until we bring it to £ .conclyfion, without ipeaking of otfrer events. It was his great love and affection for Jus j&ftcjr mâ brother, who had been fraudulently difinherited by ' the .count de Vertus, who ftiled himfelf lord IOF Mila% that had induced Mm .thus gaily to anarch into the plains of Piedmont and Xomhardy* There were likewife two very juft reafon$ for this aonaiqent; one was, the carrying away fiiefc numbers of pillagers* .who had for fo long a time opprefled and cobbed mjmy of the provinces in France, fpr by this means the country was cleared OF them: the other, to affift his- After and her hufband, who *bad unjuftly jbeen deprived of their inheritance, fo that he had, - every account, juftice on his fide. The companions were una-nimous to ferve hipj, and exclaimed?—€ Let us cheerfully .a{£açk thefe Lombards: ,wg have a juft S 4 quarrel , 263


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