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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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CHAP, LXXXIX, THE RtNG OF ENGLAND SENDS THE LORD ROBERT DARTOIS INTO BRITTANY. 2)URlNÇ the feffions of a parliament held at London, the king was defirous of putting every thing elfe afide, and to fuccour the countefs of Montfort, who, at that time, was on a vifit to the . queen of England. He entreated, therefore, his dear coufin lord Robert d'Artois, that he would collç6i as many men at arms and archers as he could, and pafs over with the countefs into Brit-tany. . * ' ^ The lord Robert made his preparations, and, having affembled his number of men at arms and • archers, went to Southampton, where they lay a considerable time on account of contrary winds. About Eafter, they embarked and put to fear At this fame parliament, the barons earneftly ad* vifed the king, in confideration of the multitude of bufiness he had upon his hands, to fend the bifliop of Lincoln to his brother-in-law the king pf Scot-land, to treat for a firm and fiable truce to laft for two other years. The king was loth to do it ; as he was defirous to carry on the war againft the Scots in fuch a manner that they themfelves fhould requefi a truce. His council, however, with all due deference, faid, that that would not he the moft advifable means, confidering he had before fo ruined and deftroyed that country, and that he had more important af-fairs 20


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