Friday, May 27, 2011

W 41

41.  Charny asks:   Sixty or eighty men at arms leave by agreement and in a common undertaking from a city where they are to ride out, and say nothing else about it.  So they leave before day and one of the parties of this group of men at arms gets lost; and one party gains a lot, and the others gain nothing and so they find each other at the end of the day at the city.  Those who have not gained anything demand a share and the others say no.   And there are many good reasons offered on either side.  What will be judged by the law of arms?  

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