By P. Masson-Ousel, P. Stern, H. Willman-Grabowska
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And sailed instead After conferring together, they decided to send reliable emissaries to meet the Comte Louis de Blois and the other Crusaders who had not yet arrived, in order to bid them pluck up their courage and beg them to take pity on the land oversea, while at the same time pointing out that no other route except by way of Venice could be of any advantage to them. The men chosen for this mission were the Comte Hugues de Geof&oy de Villehardouin. They rode northwards till Saint-Pol and they reached Pavia in Lombardy, where they found the Comte Louis with a very great company of worthy knights and other men of good standing.
My lord,' rephed the barons, *we advise, and discretion, even beg you, to accept the terms they would do as they advised. ' The Doge said he returned together to the Doge's pavilion to conclude the agreement, only to find that the deputation had gone away on the advice of those who wished to break up the army. ' Greatly disturbed and vexed by such a to his feet and said: forbid Doge turned to the counts and barons. 'My lords,' he was given power to make what terms I hked with this city, and now your own people have taken it from me.
Ancient India and Indian Civilization (History of Civilization) by P. Masson-Ousel, P. Stern, H. Willman-Grabowska