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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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am a dead man : Lord -God, have mere?- ok mef He never fpoke after this, though he did not . immediately die, but fdffered great pain. The knights prefent and his fon were much terrified : they carried him gendy in their arms to another chamber, and laid him on a bed, covering him well, thinking he was only chilled. The two fquires who had brought water to wail % in the bafon, faid, to free themfelves from any charge of having poifoned him, 1 Here is the water: we have already drank of it, and wSLnow again in your prefence,' which they did, to the fatisfaftion of all. " i They put into his mouth, bread, water, and fpices, with other comforting things; but to no purpofe, for in lefs than half an hour he was dead, having furrendered his foul very quietly. God, - out of his grace, was merciful to him. Tou may imagine all prefent were exceedingly afflifted at what had happened : they fattened the door of the chamber, that his houfehold might not inftantly be made acquainted with his death* The knights, feeing fir Evan lamenting and wringing his hands, faid to him,—* Evan, the bufinefs is over : you have loft your father and lord. We know that he loved you in preference tfi all others. Take care^of you?feff :\inpwt yoof horfe, ride and gam pqfeffioa pf tjie caftle of Orthes, and the treafijre within it, before jaay on? , know of OIFR . lord's death/ Sir Evan made them a low reverence, and re. U 2 ' replied


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