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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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(34J . the county of Foix: he knew well where to find the money required for repayment of the mort-gage, and that efeough would remain after thm was done. I believe my readers, a$ well as tnyfelf, will think I have faid enough Tefpe&ing the affairs of Foix and Beam: I will therefore leave them, and enter on other matters ; ' for it would take up too much time to purfue in detail every thing that paffed there on the return of the two knights from France.. To conclude, the vifcount de Châteaubon was acknowledged count de Fok and Beam* on the fame terms on which count Gaflon de Foix, of happy memory, had held them, and he re-ceived the homage of all who were his vaffals. He farisfied his two coufins, fir Evan ^nd fir Gracien, the baftards of Foix, by the handfome allotment he gave them of the inheritimces and moveables of their father, and repaid, to the com-miffioners from France, the mortgage that was on Foix. Before all thefe things were accoifcplifhed, fummer was far advanced, and thé bifhop of Noyon remained at Touloufe with the lord de la Riviere ; for thçy would not depart until every thing was completely fettled, to the honour and profit of the crown, according to the inftru&ioos they had received from the king of France. - 24 CHAP.


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