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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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my kingdom, to be offered to the infidel Bajàget* for he fhall never be enriched by them. _ I fliould Jje extremely blamed tpd laughed at, if in future times he be enabled to bo*ft, thgt to gain his love, and from fear, b^caufe he ha^ gained a yiftory oyer me, and detains ff me great barons of France pri-foners,: the. kipg. of France and hi; princes, have fenthim rich prefects. In rcfpcét to-thç gerfal-cons, I aip indifferent whether. he have tjierçi of not* for birds fly any. where, and are as foon loft as giver) ;. but with refpeâ: to finp tapeftry, which would reniait* as * proof of his bladings ; being true, I will not cpnfent that he enjoy the pjeafure .of : poflefling . it. Therefore Chate^uiporant,* continued the king of Hqngary, c if you wifh to paake a journey into Turkey, m fee Bajazet* ^nd prefent hirp with the fakrops, ypji may dq €Q, bucyxpi fhall not carry hup any |Meg elfe.* Sir John de Çhâteaumorant replied,—c Cer-tainly, fire, it is not the intention of the king of France, npr to hi* honour pore thap to that çf the other lords who %vc_ font me, that,I fail p any particular in the accomplifhmeçt of the objedl&they Jiave charged me with/ : 4 Very well/ faid the king : 1 you will not at prefeQjt have any other anfwer from me than what you havçhe^rd/ The two knights left the .apartment, and con-filled together how to afib, for this refufal of thf king of Hungary }iad. difeppcerted. them;. They thought their only expedient if as, to fend off p Y 4 mcflengcr


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