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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.2

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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.2
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' At this feaft were Henry, furqamed Wry-neck, earl of Lancafter, fir Henry his fon earl of Derby, lord Robert d'Artois earl of Richmond, the earl of Northampton and Gloucefter, the earl of War* wick, the earl of Salifbury, the earl of Pembroke, the earl of Hereford; the earl of Arundel, the earl of Cornwall, the earl of Oxford, the earl of Suf-folk, the lord Stamford, and many other barons and knights of England. ' The king, on the departure of thefe nobles, re-ceived letters from different lords in the countries of Gafcony, Rayonne, Flanders, and from his great friend Jacob von Artaveld. He alfo heard from the borders of Scotland, from the lord Roos of Hamlake and lord Percy, and the lord Edward Baliol, who was governor of Berwick, that the Scots kept the truce, which had been agreed to laft year between the Englifh and Scots, very, in-differently ; and that they had iffued out proclama-tions for affembling a large force, but lie was un-certain to what part they would direft it. Thegarrifons which he kept in Poitou, Saintongé, la Rochelle, and the Bourdoulois, wrote to inform him that the French were making great prepara-tions for war ; and that as the truce agreed to by the kings of France and England at Arras, after the breaking up of the fiege of Tournay, was near expiring, it behoved his majefty to have good ad-?ica Heanfwered every part of their letters. CHAP. 19


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