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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 332



«ift^ of tfaelôog of Hungary's couina: to lie long of Fimnec ma d* duke of Burgundy, 4or -then to provide a remedy, und to explain the cawfes of their delay. T%ey *iûte, în coitfoqiimBe, le»»» ,4© die king «ni «ht duke of Burgundy, wi engaged atraftf-meftngpr lo oaity them, whom they Aipplied with a fiiffi-dmcy.of money for Mm frequently to change bU horfes on the road, that he might hoften km jour* ncy, while they waked bm return at Butait The rae&nger journeyed wiih great .dUgpip to Park, and delivered his letters to the king of France jpd the .duke, of Burgundy, . Having **4 them, they wtm much lurprifed ail *eved that Ac king of Hungary HmmjM prevent |hrfr «nifaa£ &dor é«om epminuiog MS journey wWi the pre fent* m the fultan jof Turkey^ as they had ordered Mm m do. 'The duke of Berry, however, exeufol the king of Hungary, (hying he W3* no Wij to blame, for it was too debating to m king of Frantee fo fend prefaits and jewels do Aich « recreant pagan king. The duke of Burgundy was more ©early nifeUted ifi the matter, and defended dm ineafure as reafonable9 fince fortune had been fe iivourjÉiIç! to give die fultan a vi&o#y, in which he wfcok force 6f the king of Hungary was flaiq or puf to flight, and the greater part of the noble* made prifonerj, that had been in the battle. Jt therefore behoved their relations and friends to jdopt every mode for their deliverance^ if they vcr* defirous of fccing them again, , 311111'


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