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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
page 335



From that day forward, the duke of Berry was fo anxious to receive his thirty thoufand francs and fo able an advocate for the vifcount de Châ-teaubon, that every thing was arranged according to his wifhes. The king and council defifted from their firft demands ; and the two foreign knights had given them letters of confirmation of the county of Foix to the. vifcount de Châteaubon, addreffed to the bifhop of Noyon and the lord de la Riviere, who had remained at Touloufe. The fubftance of thefe letters, as I learnt from credible perfons who had been on this embafly, was as follows :—c We Charles, by the grace of God, king of France, order and command our reverend father in God the bifhop of Noyon, and our knight and chamberlain the lord de la Riviere, to allow the vifcount de Châteaubon, heir of Fobç and Beam, to have peaceable poffeffion and enr joyment of the fame, and of all dependencies thereto belonging, on _ condition that he firft pay Into your hands the fum of fixty thoufand francs, which you wpl receive in one payment in the city of Tpuloufe ; and we will, after payment made, that the receipt, fealed by our fénféchal of Tou. Joufe, to the vifcount de Châteaubon, ihall be a full and legal acquittance to him, and to whom* ever elfe it may concern. In addition, we, expe§ payment of twenty thoufand francs, for the ex-s penfes you have been at in your journeys to and from the county of Foix on this occafion : you will for this money give acquittances -from our love-named office in Touloufe : faving and re- Sfifî'


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