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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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fide of Bigorre, four leagues from Pau, and fix fromTarbés. - On the morrow, as he was preparing to fet out for Saint Gaudens, another good town at the en-trance of Foix, on the Garonne, news was brought Jiim that the bifliop of Noyon and fir Bureau de la Riviere were arrived in great ftate at Touloufe* The vifcount de Château-bon afked fir Roger d'Efpaign how he ihould a&. Sir Roger replied, —« Since we have now heard of them, we will re* main and. obferve how they proceed. In a few days, they will make us acquainted with their in* tentions.' This advice of fir Roger was followed: indeed it would have been ufelefs to have advanced fur* ther into Foix, for all the chief towns, cattle?, and paffes over the river Garonne, were fhut againft them, fuch as Palaminich, Caftres, Montefqnieu, Carthas, Ortingas, Sofia, the city of Pamiers, thf caftle of which wa$ under the guard of the tpwnf-men, Savredun, Montant, Mazeres, Vefpuis, and all the caftles on the frontier of Arragon. The iflr habitants of Foix declared that no foreign power* of mçn at arms, ihould enter their country, until the right of fuçceffion was eftablifhed : they, how* ever, ihewed a great inclination that France fhould have their country, and that it ihould be governed by a fénefchal, Kke Touloufe, Carcaflbne and Beau* caire; but it happened otherwifç, as I ihall fhertly relate. When-the commiilioners from France arrived at Touloufe, they (ought intelligence from the arclv X 3 bifhop, 309


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