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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 340



RHodat iiiii it tils one to Buck Ml m» «lift kindly received by Ae king, m indeed he ought to have been* for on fhe day of the bactte* hi hod faved the king from death or captivity. Me made acquaintance with the two knight* fmm- France; who related » him the condu of the king of Hungary, and the ckcwnftaac€ of Mi detaining them at Buda. Me wa* much futprifed* and laid, to foften their anger, he would fpeak to the king m the fubjefti and, as they fhould fbon experience* with good cflfcft. He maâagei the matter fo pru* dendy with the king, that they #ert permitted té Continue theif journey to Turkey, with Ml their pre* fents, which wcfe rettoitd to then* The ambaf-lador arrived in fafety at the place where Bajazet relided, owing to the paftyoffs fir Jiunea de HdÊf had brought to him. Thé fWtan received the knight, and their prefents from the Mag of France* with much refpeâ and feezed very proud of what the king had lent him* The knights wtm only permitted to Mm one interview with the count de Nevers, bw with none of the othcis : this, however* mms of a Jbffi* *iendy long ccxmmiMficix On their taking leaver the count fad,—1 Recocmnctti me to my kid and Either, the duke of Burgundy, corny lady-mother* to my lord the king, and m my lord of Bciif», and fùîutc in my name all my friends* Should there be any negotiation going forward with Ba-jazet* urge the {pecdy cvjnciuSoa* fer we fuffet émm every delay* We were origbaQy eight pi* liters* but arc now iacrcalicd» bf iLxtrca more* m tveuty^ mi


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