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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
page 83



if FriAH. The eomtooffity qiurfflfinsd among diemfe!***, and foid^- What a narrow efcap* the king has had ! if he had been burnt like the othefrs, which might eaftly ha^e happened,; what would hare become of his • uncles ?. They may be affurcd not one of them would have efèaped: death* nor any knight found in Paris.* ' ' . •• " : Thé dbkes of Bertrand Burgundy* « hbaring bf this.3 language, were aftonilhed and alarmed, arid nov without cdufe.. They?mounted their hmrfesi and rode to the hôtel de Saint Pol w tfee'kingi and congratulated him* on Ms dcape. ' Th»£ foiind him ftill frightened, for ha had net yet r«M*ve?ed the fcirfe of the peril he had been intherprefceding night- Hc'told thehi hisf^f tfuat ofT Berry hari âftdi him from being burnt* tout tba»he mm ex-ceedingly • grieved ibr die shfelanchdty-r end of hoar count de Jtiuy, ir E^aitde1 Foix aadfU-Chaule* de Poitiers. ' His;i uncles ctfnfoled hub/faying,--* *Mp tefedHiwhat^is done èarinot bê recovered * yon muft fcrgét thmi âmhi, and render thanks td God for1 the • miraculous efcape fm- yéurfelf have-hadj-for this event might Ifàve bè*w nearly ihe death t# rife kingdom m-mtll & yofcr own, Yfcu mtyièallff fefagiH^wlat^clirii hâte 'been tftfe ûdtx^ feqwÉctsi ^Âam ^lï&^!étftfldfi(s«'Of'"Safîs hdld^ith-' language as has tleeïiPèJ6fBèd tô affd €ted kniWf^âfJK ff ^aû'haa^erilbÊdv tfôdU'-hAre aiiritoftyi* -Mi , Hfâké yWuHïilf ïè*d^'t*;gb ih: ro^;ftâte ftritabfe tt yourràfck, and fidè'fefË^ grimage m the chwiÈ ef -N&fcl*DaAiè yourfelf


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