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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
page 314



Very early on the morrow, the biffiop of Ra-miers took his departure, refufing to affift at the aflembly of the barons of Beam, which was fixed for that day. As foon as the obfequiès had been performed, the body of the count de Foix was taken from the leaden coffin, enwrapped with a new and handfome waxçd cloth, and buried in front of the grand altar, in the choir of the church of the Cordeliers. Of him there is an end: God pardon his fins! " ' I will now fay what was done at this great meet-ing of prelates, barons, knights and principal ci-tizens of Beam, at Orthès. I imagine, from the information I received, the vifcount de Château-bon was addreffed nearly as follows : c My lord, we know well that, from your relationlhip to oiir late much honoured lord, whofe foul God pardon! you are entitled to fucceed to all his inheritances, as-well in Beam as in Foix; but at this moment we dare not acknowledge you as our lord, left we be guilty of great imprudence, and hazard this country of Béarn in a dangerous war; .for we have heard that the king of France, who is our good neighbour, and very powerful, has ordered hither fome of his council : we know not, nor fhall we learn until they arrive and tell us, on what caufe thay are fent. You are not ignorant, any more than ourfelves, that our late lord, whom God for-give ! was laft year with the king of France at Touloufe, when they had many fecret conferences; and the objed of thefe muft be explained, for, fhould he have figned and fealed any transfer of VOL.X, * X Fok 303


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