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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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beta t cruel battle for our people : the Chriftians faite defended themfelves defperately ; but 1 will have this (laughter well revenged on thofe who ate prifoners/ He now left the field and returned to his tent, comforting himfelf for the tofs he had fuffered by the vi&ory and defeat of the Chriftians Y but, not* withftanding this, he paffed the night in great fury* On the morrow*, before he was rifen or had (hewn himfelf, great numbers came before hi* tent, to learn his will refpeéting the prifoners ; for it had been rumoured that he intended bating them all put to death without mercy. Bajazet, however, in fpite of his rage againft the Chriftians, had given orders that * all the principal lords who had been made prifoners IhouM be feparated from the others* for he Jiad' been told they would pay hun large ranfoms, and on that account he was inclined to ipare them. He had alfo learnt that many of the Tartars, Arabs, Bedouins and Syrians, had made prifoners, from whom they expeéted to gain large fortunes, as indeed they did, by concealing their prifoners from Bajazet. Sir James dê Helly# whom I mentioned before, was, luckily for him, brought this TuefHay morning before die tent of the fultan, with many other prifoners, fot] he who had taken him was afraid of keeping him* hid.. As they were waiting the coming of Bajazet» -fouie of the knights of his houfehold, (landing round the tent, recoUe&cd fir James, and delivered him from * hands of thofe who had taken him. He re-ined with die attendants of the fidtan, who had . been


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