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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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ftri&rfn& wi&oflt hearing any ïntefligenec of * Bajazet. . . The king of Hungary had ' even addreflbd the French lords, fiich as the count de Nevers, the tount d'Eu, the count de la Marche, the count Ôfe Soiflbns, the lord de Coucy, and the barons and knights of Burgundy, faying, —*c My fair firs, thanks to God/ we have made a fbccefsfiil campaign $ for we have performed many brilliant ileeds of ^rms, and have conquered Turkey. I look on the town of Nicopoli as our own, for it i$ . fo uncjermimed it can hold out no longer than we plèafe. I therefore would propofe, that after we , (hall have gained and fhçwn mercy to this town, we atterqpt nothing more this feafon, but recrofs the Danube, and return to Hungary, where ;I have many handfome towns and caftles prepared fo receive you, fince you have fo gallantly affiftcd ipe againft the Turks, my bitter enemies. Quriqg the wintçr, we will provide ftore? for the enfuing fummer, each according to {lis pleafure, and Jênd information of our fituation, and what we haVç done, to the king of France, who, before $b*t time, will fend us fc*rge reinforcements j and I hope, when he fhall know the fuccefs we have had, he may be incjined to come hithfr in perfbn, fof he is young and fond of arms, pet whether hç fojrçe or not, if it pleafe God we will next fum~ mer crofs the Hellespont, regain Armenia, ajid ihcnce parch to Syria, with the towns of Jaffa and ^RTHÂi ^ côqaver jcfujptlciQ mâ the ïfoly Landf ... ; * . ^ '8hoi4d Iff


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