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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 357



leaver went back to the king or to their lodgings. *^hc duchd* of Ireland was lodged, with her attendants, at her father the lord de Coney's hotel It had been forbidden by the kkg and council, (and public proclamation had been made before the arrival of the Englifh, that no one might plead ignorance,) that any outrages whatever be committed during the holding of thefe confer-ences under pain of death, or any quarreling with the Englifli, or riot, during their ftay in the city of Amiens. All knights and fquires were ftri&ly commended by the king, under pain of incurring his indignation, not to talk of, or propofe, any deeds of arms to any knight or fquire from Eng-land, hot to trot them with the utmoft civility and attention wherever they fhould meet, in the fields* the palace, or in church : that no pages nor varlets of any lords of France caufe riot or quar-rels in the inns, under pain of lofing their heads; and that whatever the Englifh knights or fquires flight afk for fhould be immediately given them ; that7 no innkeeper fhould demand payment for meat or drink, or other common neceflaries. It was alfo forbidden any knight or fquire of France to be out at night without a torch j but thç Englifh might do fo, if they pleafed; and if any Englifhman were found on the roads, or in any ether place, having loft his way, he fhould be courteoufly conducted to where he lodged* , Four guards of one thoufand men each, werç Stationed at thç four fquares of Amiens j andt • fhpnl4 MS


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