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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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. '82C fcuBccs/lbr we are loft for" ever, if it be longer ftegleâted., Biit I underftand that the fultan if very loyal arid courteous in his chara&er, when applied.toproperly.1 ^ • - '• ' Thus ended their interview, and the count de Nevers was condufted back to prifon. Sir James de Helly haftêned the pafTport which had been promifed him. When it had been drawn out in the ufual form, and fcaled by Bajazçt, it was de-livered to the knight, Who took leave of the fultan and his court, and ftt off on his return to Buda. He inftantly waited on fir John de Châteaumorant, who was -impatiently expecting him, and faid,—• M bring you a pafTport for yourfelf and your attendants; to go and return in fafoty from Turkey, which the fultan readily granted me.* r 'That is well done/ replied fir John : '« let us go to the king of Hungary, and tell him the news. To-morrow morning, I will begin my journey, for I have ftaid here long enough.* * nChtf wht to the king's chamber, and related to'Wnj all you have juft heard. " The king replied, -*-f-Chateaumorant and Helly, I am glad to fee fou both, as well on your own account as for the àflfe&km I bear to the king and my coufins of France, and I'fhall at all times be happy to fqrve you.' You may travel through any part of my kingdom, unmolefted-, or even into Turkey, if it your pieafisce j but with regard to your carry* *ng any rich prefents or jcwefe to the fiifcan, which' foby \ Châteaumorant^ are charged with from Kranoe, I will never content that they pafs through ' • 1 * •' my


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