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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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sir teiu-bon, whom he thought he could never effi-ciently injure. 1 The king may therefore, if he content to it, be implicated in this difgrâceful tranfa&ion. Secondly, by following my advice, the Jring will be a gainer; for the county of Foix will coft him full as much to guard and defend as his receivers can colled from it, and he will, be-fide, lofe the homage and fervice of a powerful man* Thirdly, he will heavily load his conscience by thus disheriting another; for if he had meant to ac£ juftly in fuch a bargain and fale/ he ought to have called upon all the relations of the late count, who had the remoteft claims on his fuc-ceflion, to oppofe this aft, if they fhould have thought it neceffary, which was not done. Con-fider, therefore, my lords, you who have fo gQod nnderftandings, and are come hither as thofe moft looked up to in the king's council, all that I have faid, before you approve yourfelves abettors of frauds, which mud affe& the confeience of the king, for on you will the whole blame be thrown, and, before it be too late, apply a remedy. You have now time, for my coufin, the vifcount de Château-bon, has fent me to remonftrate with you on this bufinefs; and he, as well as myfelf, beg you will pay attention to our complaints; for it is not jutt to ' feize all that ftrength. and power may enable you to do/ When fir Roger had done fpeaking, the bifhop of Noyon and the lord de la Riviere looked at each other; and the bithop thus replied,—Sir Roger, we are convinced the propofition you have ' made


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