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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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Thcf refcbed tô ridt to château JoffeKn, and trere wel received by die vaffals of fir Oliver* out of refpedt to the king of France. They in-quired after their lord, and ifrberc they toold fee him* for they wekt fent by the king and the duke df Orleans to fpeak with him. They either Would not, or could not give them any fftisfaétdry ac+ fcount ; but ftid, in efccUfe for thehifelves and fit Oliver,-**' Certainly, my lords, not one of ill knows where to find him: to-day he is at one place, to-tnorroW àt-another. You niay fafcly ride ail over Brittany, fince you come frotn the king | fend all the caftles and houfes of bur lord will be thrown open to you/ Perceiving tfièy could not obtain ahy further information, they left chatjeati JoflHio, and rode to all the caftles, both great and fmall, of the lord de Cliflbn, but without learning any thing more. They then Waited on the duke and duchefe at Vannes, who gave them a hfcarty Welcome ; but they only ftaid half a day with them, without dis-covering the objed of their fecret miffion, nor was the duke very inquifitive about their coming. Ttey did not fee fir Peter Craon. On taking leave of the duke and duchefs, they fet out on their return to Paris tô the king and lords, who were expe&ing them. They give ah account to the king and the duke of Orleans, of having vifited all the • towns and caftles df the ktfd de Cliflbn without facing or gaining any Certain intelligence of hirti. The . #kcs of Berry and Burgundy were pleafed at ' hearing


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