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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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sm Orthès; bet, though the inhabitants made tyint very welcome, . they did not acknowledge him for their lord. 1 hey faid, " * they were but a part of the country; and that it would be neceffary for all Ae barons, prelates, and citizens of the principal towns to aflemble and confider of the bufinefs ; that Beam was an independent territory, and thofe lords who refided in it would nefver confent that it Ihould pay homage to any one. * It was now determined to perform the obfequies of the count de Foix, and then to fummon all the barons of Beam and Foix ; that all who pleafed might attend and deliberate how to â&, on the prefent occafion, in the choice of a lord. The barons, prelates and chief citizens of Beam and Foix were invited to the funeral of the count. Thofe from Beam came; but the Foixiens re-fufed, faying they ihould ftay at home to guard and defend their country until the matter of fuc-, ceffion were determined, for they had heard the king of France laid claim to it. The. bifhop of Pamiers, not;withft»ndmg this, being a relation and invited, went to Orthès in handfome fate, be-coming his rank. Great were the numbers who attended the fu-neral bf Gallon count de Foix, the laft of the name, in the church of the cordelier friars of Orthès, on a Monday, the 12th day of Oâober, in the year of our Lord 1391. In addition to the barons and knights, there were three bifhops t firft the bMhop of Pamiers, who (aid mafs and perfor-med


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