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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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left more behind him than the king has in his trea-sury/ 'Sir Roger ,d*Efpaign now anfwered,—4 My •lord, fuppofe we were to accede to your propo-sal, we have not any money with us/ 4 Oh/ re-plied the duke, c fir Roger, that ihall be no'hin-drance. You Ihall take the debt on yourfelf, and give me your bond for it : I have that opinion of your honour I will credit you for this, or a much larger fum if it Mere neceffary/ 4 My lord,* faid fir Roger, 4' I thank you we will confult together, and you ihall to-morrow have our anfwer/ 41 am Satisfied,' anfwered the duke; when the converfa-tion ended, and the doors were opened. The two knights returned to their lodgings, and had many converfations, whether or not they fhould agree to the duke's demand, and accept of his mediation. Every thing confidered, they thought the beft they could do would be to con-tent : for the matter had been drawn out to a great length without any appearance of being decided ; but on condition that all the landed property was yielded to the ' vifcount de Châteaubon. On the morrow, they returned to the duke of Berry, and engaged themfelves for the payment of thirty thoufand francs, on condition he would influence the king and council to allow the vifcount de Châ-teaubon to inherit Foix, on his paying back the fum it had been mortgaged for. The duke re-plied,—4Leave that to me: I will have it done, _ otherwife 1 ihall not expedt you to fulfil your en-gagements/ Y3 325


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