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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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s plied ; • Gentlemen, I return you many thanks for the friendship you now fltew me : 1 trull I . Ihall not forget it} but tell me what are my lord's tokens, or I (hall not gain admittance into the caftle*9 * You lay true,' anfwered the knights : « take them.9 This he did. The tokens were a (mall golden ring the count wore on his finger, and a little knife with which he fometimes cut his jineat at table. Thefe were the tokens the porter of. the caftle at Orthès was acquainted with, and had he not feen them he would never have opened the gate. ,» • • CHAP. XXVIL Silt EVAN DE FOIX, BASTARD-SON TO THE LAf £ . » COUNT, INTENDING TO . CARRY A WAV PRI- VATEJLY THE TREASURE, OF HIS FATHER, IS . . JUSCOVERED BY THE . TOWNSMEN OF ORTHES, WHO, HOWEVER, PROMISE EyERY ASSISTANCE u:. TO- HIM AND TO BÏS BROTHER THAT IS NOT INCOMPATIBLE WITH THE TRUE HEIR TO THE COjUNT DM FOIX, THE VISCOUNT DE CHASTEL* -. - BOÇf. * ; gIR 'Evari' de Fok .left the Inn at Rion with only two fervants, and rode in hafte to Orthès, where nothing was known ôf the. count's death. He paffed through the ftreets without fpeaking to t9*


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