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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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f How? and who has done it?' . c Sire, that we do not know ; but this misfortune has befirilen Mm hard by, in the great ftreet of St* Catherine/ * Come, quickly light • torches, for I will go and fee him,' replied the king. The torches being ready, the varlets bore them before; and the king threw only a cloak over him, while the fhoes were putting on his feet. The mem at arms and ulhers of the guard of the palace ef-corted him. Thofe who were gone to bed, on hearing what had pafled, inftantly drefled themfelves to follow the king, who had left the hôtel de Saint Pol in fuch hafte that fir Walter Martel and fir John de Ugnac were the only chamberlains that attended him, for he would not wait for others, and thus he walked at a good pace with torches before and be-hind him. In this manner he arrived at the baker's Ihop, which he entered; but the chamberlains, with many torches, ftaid without. The king found his cbnftable nearly in the ftite he had heard him to be in, except that lie was not dead; for his fervants had ftript him to fee if he had received many Grounds, and where they had been given. The firft words the king faid, were, • Conftable, how fares it with you?' c Dear fire/ replied he, 4 but fo fo, and very weak.' € And who has put you in this ftate?' c Sire, Peter de Craon and his accomplices have traitoroufly, and without the fmalleft fufpicion, attacked me/ c Conftable,* faid the king, 1 nothing fhall ever lb 2 be 3?1


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