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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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«s te made a filial, were fefaqtfjrcuttQ pieces fey tljofe waiting for them with drawn (word?. • $qçh was the cruel juftice of Bajazet; this dfy, "when upwards of three hundred gentlemen ff different nations were thus pitilefsly mmâpt^. h was "g cruel cafe for them to fuffer for the lpy;e of our Saviour Jasus CHRIST, and may he reçeiyp , their fouls 1 Among the murdered of that day tha gal-Ifpt knight |r Henry d'Antoing : may God ffajtff gracious mercy to his foul ! Jhe lord Bouçi-taut, marflial of France, (wm led naked, like the others, before Bajazet, and would have ûfScred the fame cruel death, had not the coçnt de Nevcjs left his companions, who were oiojtioçkfs # thp fad fight, and flung himfelf on his knees to the fultan, entreating him to fparc the lord Boiuci-caut, iyho was much beloved by the king jjf France, and wçll able to pay a co^fiderable 1%.-' fom ; and the count made figns, as paying from one hand to the pther, that he woujd give a fafgp fum of money, to foften the fnger of the fijl-tan« Bajazet confegted to the requeft of tfrp count de Nevers, and fhe lend Boucicaut w^s put afide with thofe whp were not to be killecj; Others were brought fçnpard, until the number J hare mt$thmpà was completed ; fuch was the cruel revenge the infidel? b#d on the Chrif-tians, . •. ' rr| v It ferns, according IP y*hat I4ieardr £hat Baja* jzet took 4c^ight that the vi&ojry he had gained over, the Chriftians, and the çapÉpre of the count : * X2 ' de


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