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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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• . 1§7 written to him :. he faid to himfelf that he would prove Jiim, and fee if he were really in earncftj for he could not venture to go to him merely on the faith of this letter, and, if any accident hap-% pened to him, he would be pitied by none. • • He determined, therefore, that if the ijukç would fend his fon as an hoftage, he would come to him when and where he pleafed, but not other-wife. He wrote a very friendly anfwer, and the conclufion was, that if he wifhed to fee him, he muft fend his fon as his pledge, who woulcf be taken the greatcft care of until his return. This letter ips fealed and given to the varlet, whp haftened hack to the duke at Vannes, where he ,was impa-tiendy expecting him. On receiving the letter from fir Oliver, he inftandy read it; having paufed a moment, he ' faid, f I will do it j for, fince I tacan to treat amicably with him, every cipfc of diftruft muft be removed.' He wrote to thjc vifcount de Rohan, who refidcd at his caftle of Caire, in the neighbourhood of Vannes, to come to him. The vif-count, on the receipt of the duke's letter, waited on him, and he then explained his intentions, by. faying, c Vifcount, you and the lord de Mon-bouchcr fhall carry my fon to château Joflelin, and bring back with you the lord de Cliflbn, for I am determined to make up our quarrel/ The vifcount replied, that with joy he • would obey Mm. ' - It was not many days after, that the vif», count de. Rohan, the lord dc Monboucher and, Oj t . fur


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