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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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her cqcrtpps. She frequ^y* with, tears, dr,efifcd her lord, faying^ f that he w^s infUgatedi by the malicious and envious mfiauations of the enemies of la Riviere tp keep him fgJwg in prifon, and confifcaje his inheritance. Al my lord, you make him a very ungrateful return for all the pains, he took in briggiqg about.our mar-riage, wkerç. you tfcu.s confent to his fcftru&iorv At leafl, if you take his property, fpjarç his life; for, if he be excepted for the charges that are fo ynjuftly made againft t him, I fli^lj never again en-joy happinefs. My lord, 1 do not fey this from my feigned motive, but 1 really feel that it will weigh moft heavily on my mind. I therefore pray God yqu will take proper m.e^fures for his deliverance.' dukç perceiving fhe ' was in earned, and that her ..arguments were good, abated greatly his hatred to the lord de la Riviere, who wpukl fooner have obtained his liberty; but they wejre defirous of putting to death fir John le Mercies and they could npt punifh one without the other. This fir John le Mercier had wept fo Jong in prifop., that.he had almoft lpft his eye-fight, ( • Had the duchefs of Burgundy beea Jifttned to. they wçpld have fuffered ? difgraceful arjd public death, without hopes of mercy, for fhe hated, them becaufe they had, with fir Oliver de Cliflbn, advifed the king of Frapce to make the expedition into Brittany, to deftroy her coufin the duke. She faid, that Cliflbn, le Mercier and la Riviere were the- 79


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