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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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lente from Prance or elfewhère, if "he. had- tie-power to. prevent it. • When fir James had re-' freihed himfelf fome time at Buda, he took leave-of the king-and of Châteaumoranf, to continue his journey to Turkey* that he might obtain from the fultan a paflport for fir John to purfiie his road to him. When fir James mentioned it, the king of Hungary replied he would do wdl. On this the knight, having procured guides, was Condu&ed* by them through Hungary and Wallachia to Burfa, * but did not find there Bajazet, who was gone to another town in Turkey called Poly*. • Wherever He went he carried the prifoners with him, except-ing the lord de Coucy, who Was left at Burfa, un^ able to ride from ficknefs* There tarried with him his coufin, a valiant baron from Greece, and a de-fendant of the dukes of Auftria^ called the lord de Mathelin. ' ' ' • . Sir James de Helly Continued his journey to Poly, where he' met Bajazet, who was glad to fee him return from France, and keep his word. Sir James humbled himfelf much before him, and faid, c Moft dear and redoubted lord, here is your prifoner, who has delivered, to the beft of his abilities, the meflfage you have charged him with/ Bajazet replied, c Thou art welcome, for thou haft loyally acquitted thyfeîf; and, in confideration of it, • I now give thee thy liberty. ' Sir James thanked him refpeftfully for this fa-vour, and told him that the king of France, and * Poly. * Constantinople.:" ' Y % the


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