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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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had paffed, went to the place where the IMf re-fided ; but, on feeing him, fhe Ied| and â&ed contrary to her ufual manner, (hewing diflikë ra-thdr than lore ; for fhe Was afraid to do otherwife, Éroni the promifes fhe bad made to the dtfcheft. The dûké noticing fuch a difference in his recep-tion, was'very melancholy, and would know thé càufe of it. Thé young lady, #ith tears, flid$— * My lofrd, you have revealed to the duchefs the dfffcr yoti once made mcj of, if not ybtiifetf* fome dne has done it for yoli : recoiled yourfelf, $cft foe are difcovered. Madaiiie de Tôuràiné fold me of it herfelfj and frightened me exceed-ingly ; but fhe has this time forgiven me* on con* ditiori that I piromifêd^ ori my olth, never à&ïiû tb give héf câufe for jealoufy, by ahy further cohverfatibn with you/ The diike was much veied at hearing this fpeêch, and • faid ; c Fair lady, I fwear* on my ftith* that I would rather hive loft one hundred thoufand traies, thati have betrayed ybu té thé duthéfs. Since you hâve given her a pïomife on oafhi keep it ; but, cofl what it may, I will find out who has difcoveted but fecrets/ He then went away, and, though he diflfembled his agita-ttoh, hfe did riot think the lefs"concerning the câufe. In thé evening, he came to fhe duchefc's apartments arid fupped, fhewing her more àffec-tioti than he had hitherto dohè,. irifomuch that, bf hit fpéèches and attentions, the duchefs difcovered the author of her -information, concerning his in-tti^'ue, to bfe fir fêter de Cfâon. The 284


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