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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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wre, "not fer «Huit from*Orthès in Btan, Tk day be died, he had -all ihe forenoon been hnntfog a bear, and it was late in the evening when he was taken and cut up. 'His attendants alked where he pleafed to hate Ms dinner prepared: he faid; ê At Ac inn of Rion, where we will dine, and in die cool of the evening ride to Orthcs.9 His orders were obeyed. The count with his compa-nions rode a foot's pace towards the Village of fcion, and difmountcd at the inn. The count went to his chamber, which he found ready ftrewed with fuflies and green loves : die walls were hung with boughs newly cut for perfume and coolnefs, as the weather was marveloiiiy hot, cv«* for the month of Auguft He had no fooper entered this room, than he laid, Thefe greens are very agreeable to rue* for the day has been deiperately hot.' When feated,. he converted with fir Èfpain du Lyon m the dogs ' that had bed hunted; during which converfation his baftard* Ion fir Evan, 'and fir Peter Cabcian entered At _ apartment, as the table had been there fpread. He called for water to wa(h, and two fquires ad-vanced, Raymonet de Lalhe and liaymonet dt Copane : Ernaudon d'Efpaign took the fiiver ba-fon, and another knight, called fur Thibaut, the napkin. The count rofe from his feat, and ftretched cist his hands to waft ; but no (boner had Ms fingers, that were handfome and long, touched the cold water, than he changed colour, ftotn m oppteffion at his heart, «n4 his Iqgs ftllng Mm, fell back on his feat, exclaiming, « I an


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