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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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rally very repentant and contrite* and have a greater fear of God. It happened, toward the end of the ftorm, when the leather and lea became fomewhat calmer, that a figure as bright as chryftal appeared to Robert, and fàid; c Robert, thou fhah efcape from this peril, as well as thy companions for thy fake, for God has favourably heard thy prayers. Me orders thee by me to return to France as fpeedily as thou canft, and inftandy on thy arrival to wait on the king, and relate what has befallen thee. Thou wilt tell him to Men to peace with his adverfary the king of England, for their wars have lafted too long. Do thou inter-fere boldly when conferences fhall be holden to treat of peace between king Charles and king Richard, for thou fhalt be heard »9 and all thofe who fball any way oppofe or prevent peace from taking effeft, fhall dearly pay for their wickednefs in their lifetime.* Upon this, the voice ceafed and the figure va-rtifhed, leaving Robert very penfive on what he had heard. He, however, believed that what he had feen came from Heaven : and from that mo-ment they had wind and weather to their wilhes, which brought them to Genoa. Robert, on landing, took leave of his fellow-paffengers, and made the beft of his way to Avig-non, where the firft thing he did was to pay his devotions in the church of St. Peter. Finding there the grand penitentiary, he confeflcd himfelf duly and devoudy to him, relating thé vifîon you have juft read, and afked his advice how he fhould 17«


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