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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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area Athcmfèhres m " wti asin the' furrayoding country : they then fent heralds arid mdfengem •m the duke of Lancafter, in the city of Bordeaux, to notify thçir wifhes t» fpeàk with htm* . • € The duke * made the mcflengêrs - good cheer, heard wKkt they, had -to fey, and wrote hack to their lords, that fifice they were defirous .to fpeak with hnh,:he wasàs anxious to meet them ; and, m order to, give them left trouble, would go to'Ber* gerac, where the38 would- confer t»gjetfter; %TMt meflfengersj on their return to Agen, give their lords the letter from the duke of Làritafter, which fatisfied them as to their; fafttyp aipd they made preparations * accordingly* . As icon-as they heard of thcidukp^s. arrival at Bergei^Cy thfy kft the tkf of Agio, and maefched* thither, whfere they fbunfl chegatosopenmïreceive them. The lords enticed die town, and Went to the Jiottis whkh had been prepared for them *. but their men lodged chenvr felyes hj the fuburbs and *djaceht villages. The three :lordk waited on thfc duke of Lancafter, who kindly received them, as he knew weU how-to do i and, in rçply to, what' they urge4 he faid,e that he wiihed to be -always a good neighbour, and on friendly itérai»!. With the king and realm of France, and to adhere to every article of the truces that had befen lately made between France, England and their allies. He hadbedn very aétive ip forming thefe truces, and of courfe would be unwilling any w^y tô infringe themj and of this they |flî|htbe ^érfeâly aflfuredt* ,^ f Thç


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