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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
page 207



m • . al At Out together -fiom château Jciielî», carry-ing the. boy with them ; for fir Oliver faid he wtfiH ghrc him .back to his father,. 3* bffice-forward he ihould never diftruit the dukf* .fftfer the trial he had made of him. Suck g^tfpff&tjr was âtwi on both fides, -tkjt it was no-wçoFwfcr a ' firm peace « was the • confequençe.. '... v . They contilHiçd their journey to V^nes, where, «ecrdifig tô th* duke's ofder$, fir Oliver dis-mounted M i caveat of the Dominicans which is fitùàted without the town, -where the dfjp hud fiied dut meeting. to take .place, • •, When he heard that the krd del Qif&tvhacJ brought baçl* hi§-fo% he *as highly d^Hghwd wkfr his gtntfo&y and couitefy. The duke fct put from hi? caftR pf li Motaci for the convent, where \\t and £r Oliver ifakit themfelves up in a chamber : rh*Vii)g con* verfisd foirie tiflie, they went prjvaçejy: intp the garden, aiid them? to, th*_ bank* of M river, and entered a fmall boat that conveyed fhtfp.t?J§rgf veffel that ky at aochorat: the mouth eff çhôriyer# which they boarde&i and, nrhen at avance fron* ,*hfe*r pépite, eoOWied fera.ktyg tigœ f$ ference. , • 1 r.v . 1 cannot' pretend to fay what pafled between them, but I will relate the conferences. Their friends thought they were all the time in the con-vent, when they Weft oil ftijboafd, dftfafigfn^ all things on die' foptîhg they wifhecj them té remain. vThey were upwards of two hpurs to* gether, • if not longer,. according m • wtot 1 tanfc ' s : ' 'O 4 - ' = «Kl


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