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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.12

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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.12
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ward I and, as thou mayeft be blamed for the ill fuccefs of thy firft attempt in arms, thou may eft perchance, to (hake off this imputation and re-gain thine honour, colleft a powerful army to lead againft me, and offer battle. If I feared thee, I would make thee fwear, and likewife thy com-panions, on thy faith and honour, that. neither thou nor they would ev$r bear arms againft me. But no : I will not demand fuch an oath : on the contrary, I fhall be glad that when thou arf returned to thy country, k pleafe thee affemble an army, and Içad it hither. Thou Wilt alway find me pre* pared, and ready to.oieff thoe in the field of bat-tle. * What I now %r, do thou repeat to any per-foil whom it may pleafe thee to repeat it; tori an| ever foa4y fori and deftrot» of, deeds - of arms,, 9$ well as to extend my conquefts^ '* # Thefe high words the count de Nevers and U$ companions tmderftood well, and ' never "forgot fheqi fo long as- they lived. After this, when rf| things for "their departure were ready, they were cdnduôed by Ali b^fhaw and1 Soii: balhaw, with A laigeèfcort, to thelôrdsdeMathelin andd'AmmeV and the others who had interefbpd thehrfelvfcs- for tàcir-lîbçf ty. : Before they embarked on board'die galleys dbftincd to early them; they p*id every cxpenfe they had incuéçd at Burfâ, or at other places, wi'th'lb much puh&uality, that thejr were* greatly praifffli k,:: *''" As they ifreighed anchor, their conduéboK re-turned to the âiltah ; and the galleys, having a favourable wind, foonarrived attheharbour, where" 2


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