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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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James de la SérMe/THTOUGL tfhofe prudence and valoo* this GOOD fortune HAD befâlléti ftirit Hé appointed hitn _ TOMMÂNDÈT in chid* of his chival-ry, and préfident of his council. The lord of Milan coitfîdéréd HOW hfe fhould aft towards the prifoners ; , and, t% he was ariaiduS to free. his côûhtry of them, hë bfefiavfed in the inoff cour-teous matihet-, giving to every gëkteman a hotfe, âiid to tlie Infantry bne florin each, bfefîdes theit liberty; free of RARIFORTI ; but he made themraH take an oath that they tfrairid hefer more bear arms againft him. Thus did this ARMY-RETURN defeated from Lom-BARDY AND Piedmont, to Savoy and Dauphiny ; but they were in the utmoft diftrefs, for the in-clofed towns refufed them admittance, and the gates of all caftles were fhut againft them. They had foon fpent their florins, and it was neceflary for them to work or ftarve. Some fhewed com-panion, . and gave them money j but others, on the contrary, laughed at and abufed them, fay* ing* « Go* go feck your count d'Armagnac, who has burft himfelf by drinking at a fountain near Alexandria.1 They were ftill worfe off when they came to the rivers Rhône and Saonfr, which they thought ib fcrofs* without rtioléftàtïoh ; but it was OTHERWIFE^ 1er thfc king had cbttimanded all the bridges and FORDS to he guarded %alnft them. They ftH nbW into the greâtèft PWETTY, and were hevèr afcc* able tô un|tè together. Thus 277


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