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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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tin ïm the p$w*r of,the.kjng.of Eçglapd tjms ,to jttuii tbfim:ov^F:tp-another. * : , ... .; ,t , n ; ;c This matter w/is cJifpPlcd for afong tpne be twcen .the duke of Lancafter and, the Gafefp^f, and, when he law he,cqùld not prevajl on tbçijfc ta, receive hijn as their, lord, he requefted they wouki {pad fuffipiendy-a^Kftprifed, pcrfons to the kiflg ofj Çnglançij as he jvould dqt on fyis: pa#, .and ;wha£r. ever the parliament of England fhould determine*, whether in:his favour or not, -he wquld abide by. € xhe Gafcons, thinking thiç a Very reafon^blo propofal from the duke, agreed to it ; and., he then came with his attendants, to (refidc axppffc them, at his former, lodging^ in the abbey of Saint Andrew. The pj-çlate* and baro$s-of Gafcony, as Veil as the cities of Bayqnne a*nd Dax, fele&ed proper cqip/iiifltPQers to fepd jo. England* \, i . * Whçn .the. .king of France, hi$ wcjes. and minifter% f^eard for certain that the duljjeof Lan-cafter h^;beçn peaceably received in Bordcaux and that he had there fixed his xefidence^ they, knew hot what ' to think " of it, nor, whether he would adhere to the truces that had been, made* betweçn Francp and JSoglaiid.. This gaye.them, fb much uneafinefs, that they, refolvçd to, fend ^mbafiador? to the duke of Lancàfter to learpr his intentions. The lord Bouciçaut, fBaffbal of France* fir John de Châteaumorant apd fir John Barrois des Barres, werechofen for this purpofe, and they were to have under their command one thoufand well appointed men at arms. They left Paris, and continued ; their march to Agien, where they q^j^r* / k r ' " " ' tcrcd


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