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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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promïfed obedience. Hè (hut up In their cham-bers the wife of the latter, her children and the .chambermaid. He was in the right to do this* Had thefe women or children gone into the ftreet, :his arrival would have been Jmown ; for young children and women naturally tell all they fee, and what is intended to be concealed. . Thus, as I have related, were the whole of his people confined within the walls of the hôtel, until the feaft of the holy facrament. You may fuppofe, that fir Peter had his fpies fully em-ployed; to bring him intelligence ; but it was not until the eve of this feaft he found a fit oppor-tunity to execute his fcheme, which had vexed him much* It happened that, on the feaft of the holy {Sacra-ment, the king of France kept an open court at the hôtel de St.Pol, where he entertained all barons • fad lords who were in Paris. He was in high en-joyment, as were the queen and the duchefs of Touraine : to add to their araufements, after the dinner, lifts were prepared within the courts of the hotel, and young knights and fquires. ready armed and mounted for tilting, came thither, and jufted Very gallantly. The tilting* were well performed, to the delight of the king, queen, ladies and dam-fels, and lafted until the evening. The prize for the beft tilter was adjudged by the queen, the du-chefs of Touraine, and the ladies and heralds ap-pointed to the office, to fir William de Flandres, count de Namiir. • - . The S65


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