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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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t m fàmë fuit two thoufand combatants. He read the letters, or had them read to h£m. On hearing their contents, he was well pleafed, and replied, * that as foon as he fhould have put an end to the war he was then engaged in, he would not attend to any other before he had joined the count d'Armagnac/ The fquire of the count, who had brought thefe letters, was an honourable man, and replied,— 4 Sir, you fpeak well, and to the point: have the goodnefs to put into writing what you fay, that my lord, the count d'Armagnac, may be the more afiured of your intentions/ € JTery willingly/ faid fir John Hawkwood; 4 and it is but right, fince my pleafure and will are to meet htm.' In the courfe of two or three days, the letters were written and given to • the fquire who had come fjrom the count d'Armagnac. He inftantly fet out on Ms return, and found the count near to Pignerol*. Thefe were great negotiations* going forward be-tween him and the marquis dç Saluées, and the marquis was to join him in his war againft Mian* The news the fquire brought from fir John Hawk-wood was highly agreeable to the count d'Ar-magnac. He faid, * that if it pleafed God, he would this feafon make fo fevere a war on the count de Vertus, that he fhould be glad to accept of reafonable terms, or he would perifh in the attempt.* • - - • • 'fignero^—on epifcopal town of fiechitf nt, at the entrance tofthe valley of Pcroufe. Froirç


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