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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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two hundred thoufand francs, you wUl find it cheap-ly bought, and have more than enough to pay it from the treafure our late lord Qwhofe foul may. God pardon!) has left behind him. But we are refolved that his two baftard-fons fhall have a handfome fhare of his landed property, and of the ready money.' The vifcount de Château-bon anfwered,—c Gen-tlemen, I confent to all your wifhes. Here is fir Roger d'Efpaign, and in your prefence I entreat that he will accompany me on this journey•* Sir Roger (aid, he would cheerfully do fo# as he might mediate between them; but if the king of France, his fovereign lord, or his commiffioners, fhould re-quire him to be of their party, or wifh him to re* tire, he fhould then return. The vifcount was fa-tisfied with this anfwer, and faid,—4 1 will never aâ, coufin, but by your advice; and, when you are by my fide, I fhall be more encouraged and the fooner accomplifh my ends.' On this, the meet-ing was on the point of being diffolved, when the vifcount requited that he might have, by way of loan, five or fix thoufand francs from the treafury, to carry on his affairs. The two baftards likéwife put in their claims, and defired they might have a fhare of the money of their father which the nien of Orthès had now under their guard. The barons, prelates and citizens, having con-fidered thefe demands, agreed that the vifcount fhould have five thoufand francs, on the tetms he had propofed, and the two baftards of Foix two thoufand. Orders were accordingly given for their X 2 delivery 307


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