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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 255



France and his mtniftcrs, and fent fir James de la Beftne, with other noble pcrfons, ambafladors to France, to excufe his daughter, and to fay, that if any knight Ihould apcufe her of treafon, he would provide a perfon to challenge him to mortal com* bat. At the time thefe ambafladors came to Paris, the king was in tolerable health; but very litde attention was paid them, or to the excufes they made for the • duchefs of Orleans, and they received a fliort anfwer. " « . ' When they faw this, they returned to Milan m relate to the duke, what they had feen and heard. The duke was more angered than before, and fent his defiance to the king and kingdom of Frances but, when it was brought, the moft gallant part of the French chivalry. had already fet out for Hun? gary, and were now entered into Turkey. From fpitse to the king of France, the duke of Milan had formed an alliance with Bajazet; and by his means .was the fultan regularly informed of all that wg$ ptfling in Chriftendom, and the fecret hiftory of France.. • • • ' . We will now ' leave this matter, and fity how the fultan Bajazet and the Chriftian barons and knights in Turkey prospered. ' : * .C . . . . . - V) ; Jt — .' - .. ) • : v..-.- a R 4 CHAP. «47


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