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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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r When the three baron» law he wât determined* they took leave of the lord de CMfibn, and return-* cd td Vanhes, to relate to the duke what fir Oliver had faid. In regard to fending his fon to château Joffelin, the duke abfolutdy refufed, and the war conrinued on the fame footing as before, ib that no merchants or others dared to travel through the country. All commerce was at a ftaad in • Brittany* which was feverely felt in the cities and large towns t even the labourer* in hufbandry were alfo in a (lata of idlenfefs. • ' The duchefs of Burgundy affifted her coùfîn as much as fhe could with men at arms from Bur-gundy artd elfewhere, for the duke eould not pre* vail on his fubjedls to take part in die war, and tha knights and fquires, excepting thofe of his hoofed . hold, difFembled their opinions. On the other hand, the duke of Orleans, whè was attached to the conftabje, fupported him un* derhand, and fent him men at arms and good couriers to re-mount his men. Sir Oliver .madt more frequent excurfions than the duke, and it happened that he met with two of the doke'i fquires who were^going on his bufinefs : one of them Was tailed Bernard, and the other Yvonnet: they could neither fly fcor avoid falling ' into fir Olivet's hands, who was rejoiced at it, for he wis WeH acquainted with them. One hid in former times done him a fervice, the other the contrary, which he then recolleéted. They were much frightened at being thus caught, md fir Oliver ad-dreffed theoi--~cX)oft thou remember, Yvonnec, how


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