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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.11

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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.11
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blamed, though we have been no way i/i fault* Wow tel us,' faid thé duke, addrefling himfelf to the phyficians, rWcre you prefent yefterday mom* ing at his dinner before he mounted hi* horfe?* * Yes, in God's name were we,' faid they. f And what did he eat and drink V «So very litde, that it is fcarcely worth mentioning ; for he fat muling the whole time/ f And who was the perfon that laft ferved him with liquor ?' afked the duke. c That we know not, faid the phyficians -, € foras foôn as the table was removed, we went away to make our-iêlves ready for riding, but you will learn it from his butlers or chamberlains/ Robert Tulles, a fquire from Normandy, and head buder, was called* On his coming, he was questioned who had ferved the king with wine. He replied, f My lords, fir Robert de Lignac/ The knight was then fent for, and afked where he had taken the wine to ferve the king the morning before he mounted his horfe* 'My lords,* faid he, rhere is Robert Tulles who gave it me, and tailed it, as well as myfelf, in the king's prefence/ f That is true,' added Ro-bert Tulles ; f and in this refpeâ: there ihall not be the fmalleft ground for fufpicions -, for there is now fome of the very fame in bottles to what the king drank, which we will open and drink before you/ The duke of Berry then faid,—-* We are dc-bating here about nothing : the king is only poifoned or bewitched by bad advifers, but it is not time at prefent to talk of thefe matters. Let us bear the misfortune as well as we can for the moment** • CHAP.- 16


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