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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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fin* to fpeak with him, and hear what he has to fay/ One of the knights left the apartment, and called the conftable, faying, c Sir, come on : : my lord feeds for you/ The conftable no fooner en-' tered the room, than the duke changed colour, and repented having fent for him, although he was anxious to tell him his mind. " The conftable took off his hood, and, bowing to the duke, faid,—c I am come, my lord, to know how to aft rcfpeéting the payment of the knights and fquires who were of the late expedi-tion, for my office is perpetually beficged by them"; and, as you and my lord of Berry at prefent go-. vera the kingdom, have the goodnefs to in-form me/ - « The ' duke of Burgundy angrily replied,— -c Clifton, Cliflfon, you need not trouble yourfelf about the ft ate of France for, without your office, it will be perfeftly well governed. In an evil hour have you interfered in it. How the ; devil can you have amafled fuch a fum as feven-tccn hundred thoufand francs, which you declared yourfèlf to be poffefifed of by your will ? Neither my lord the king, my brother of Berry, nor my-•• iel£. with all our power, have ever been able ta i colkâ: fuch a fum. Quit my prefence, and leave k myhoufe, and let me never fee you again; for, if if i were; not from regard .to my own honour, I would have your other eye put out/ At thefe .words; thc'dpke of -Burgundy went away, leaving .*he,lord de ;&iiflbn aftoeifhed. He quitted the - APARANEFTT* wife his head .funk down, and quite r' melaiv* .40 -


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