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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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bifhop, the fénefohals of Foix and Touloufe, who told them enough; for the two laft had, from the great love they bore the late count de Foix, with many of the principal perfons in Touloufe, attend-ed his funeral at Orthès. They had, when there, v inquired into the ftate'and difpofition of the coun-try, from fuch as they imagined could inform them. Upon hearing their report, the bifhop of Noyon and lord de la Riviete confulted together, and determined to fend for fir Roger d'Efpaign, for he was liege man to the king of France, his officer, and fénéfchal of Carcaflbne, and keep him with them fhould there be occafion. According to this , plan, they fent off an honourable fquire, with let-ters fealed to fir Roger* He left Touloufe, think-ing to meet fir Roger at Montréal or at Saint Gaudens, with the vifcount de Château-bon; for he had heard they had left Morlaas on their road to enter Foix. The fquire followed the road to Saint Gaudens, and foon arrived there, as the diftance was not more than twelve leagues. He prèfented the letters to fir Roger, telling him at the fame time from whom they came. Sir Roger, having read them, faid,— € You will ftay here to day: to-morrow you fhall return, and I hope have company with you/ The fquire affented to this. . The vifcount and fir Roger had a long confer-ence on the fubje& of thefe letters, and it was con-cluded that fir Roger fhould wait on the commifc doners at Touloufe, when he would hear what was fhe objeft of their coming, and what their inten-tions. 810


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