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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 351



fince they departed from Tours, on the road to Touloufe, where the bifhop of Noyon and the lord de la Riviere were waiting for thçm. Their arrival at Touloufe gave great pleafure, for they had been long expe&ed : they inftantly waited on the Commiffioners from France, to fhew their papers, which they had received from the king, and which fully explained the fuccefsful iffue of their journey. The bifhop of Noyon and the lord de la Riviere entertained them well, and ihewed they were much rejoiced at the fucceffion, with all its dependancies, of the count de Foix, devolyed on the vifcount de Châteaijbon, accord-ing to the tenure and form whereby the count Gallon had held them, and in the manner detailed in the written documents. After confidering the bufinefs, they thought it advifeable that fir Roger d'Efpaign and fir Efpaing du Lyon, who had taken fo much pains and in* curred fo much labour in it, fhould wait on the vifcount de Châteaubon and the councils of Foix and Beam, to inform them what had been agreed on, that all things might be regularly managed, to bring the whole'to a happy conclufion. The knights confented to this propofal, and, having refrefhed themfelves two days in Touloufe, fet out for Saint Gaudens, The vifcount was not there, but at a beautiful caftle, at the entrance of Béara. callpd Pau, where they found him. He was happy to fee them, having long wifhed ft, but much more fo when he learnt that the fcing of Francç defifted ff op taking poffeffion of the 34«


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