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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 326



. CHAP. XMV; ^ SIR JAMBS DJI HELLY* ON HIS RETURN TO TUlt-KIT, OBTAINS HIS LIBERTY, AND CARRIES A ! PASSPORT FROM THE SULTAN TO SIR JOHN DB . _ CHASTELMORANT IX HUNGARY* SIR JOHN DE CHASTELMORANT IS FORCED TO SEND A 4 MESSENGER TO THE KINO OF FRANCE, TO IN* FORM HIM THAT THE KINO OF HUNGARY WILL NOT ALLOW THE PRESENTS TO BE CARRIED TO THE SULTAN. ^ ^ / G M James de Helly waited, about ten or twelve • O days atfyida, in Hungary, for fir John de Châ-teauporant, who was continuing his road as cxpe-ftidoufly m he could. - Sir James was rejoiced on his arrival $ for he was impatient to return to Tur-key to acquit himfelf, of his promife* and to fee and bring comfort to the count de Nevers and the other French lords who were prifoners. , The king of Hungary made fir John de Châ-teaumorant a kind welcome, in compliment to the king of France and his royal coufies. He learnt from his people that the knight #as carrying mag-nificent prefents, and rich jewels, to the fultan : this vexed him gready, but he prudendy dificm-bled any knowledge of it until fir James de Helly Ihould have fet out for Turkey. He declared, however to his confidential friends, that that re-creant dog, Bajazet, ihould never receive any pre-- * • ••• . .s iâhts


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