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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 373



ftnc the greateft fecrecy in the bufmcfc. The ftcward, thinking no harm, obeyed the orders, and provided the armour ; during which time, fir. Peter refided at a handfome caftle of his in Anjou, called Sablé» from whence he fent at different times four or more determined fellows; m the moft fe-cret manner poflible, to his hotel in Paris. . He-fidd to them nothing more when they left him, but —c When you arrive at my houfe in Paris, make yourfelves comfortable^ and aik the Jioufe-ftçward for whatever you may want, whç will inftantly give it to you; but do not, on any account, pafs the gates or fhew yourfelves. -1 will one day fa-tisfy you well for your obedience, and pay you handfome wages/ . Upon this, they departed, and journeyed to Paris, which they entered at ; their pleafure ; for in thofe days the gates were sever {hut night nor day. At length, they amounted to forty courageous bravos, for fuch were what fir Peter wanted. 1 here were fcyeral among them who* had they known the bufinefs they were engaged in, m yfbuld not have come ; but fir Peter took goed care not to betray his fecret. About the feafts of Whitfuntide, fir Peter de Craon came to his hôtel in Paris, not in ft ate, but as privately as his men had done. On his arrival, he aiked for the porter, and faid ; 'I command thee, under pain of having thy eyes thruft out, not to admit either man or woman into the hôtel, nor permit any one to go out, without my fpecial orders/ The porter, as we!J. as the houfe fteward, pro- S§4


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