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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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oiberwife. - The lords therefore advifed Mm to ft»# the confonde of France and the earl of Tsqcarvillc to Pajris, to inform king Philip pf the ftate of thp fiege, and to know if the king wifhed the duke of Normandy to continue before Aiguillop, until he had? through faipine, made himfelf mafier of it, fkpe he coi}ld not gain ft }y force. fhe king of • England, haying Jieard how much prefled his people werp in the caftie of 'Aiguillon, determined to lead a great army into Gafcony. He fjst about making his preparations, fummoned all tip vffffls in his kingdom., and colle&ed forces from what0vey quarter he could, that were willing fo enter into his pay. About thfs tiipe fir. Godfrey de Parcourf, who had been banifhed from France, arrived in England, He was received by the king in his palace ; and he fffigned over to hip a handfome eftate in England, to maintain hipf fuitable to his rank. Soon after this, the king aflpmbled a large fleet of ihips at Southampton, »nd fent fhtfher his men at arms and[ Jiis archers*. About St. John the -Baptift's day 1346, the king took leave of the queen, and, fetting out, left her to • the care of hi? ççufin, the earl of Kenf. He * Edward appoints bit fon, Lionel, lieutenant of the realm, during bis abfence, by m ordinance dated Porchefter, 5th June 1346.—RYMBE. * He was at Rorçfaeïfer the l§ and 2d of My 1346.—.Rymek. John de Offord, chancellor,, delivered up the great feal tp hba de Tboreiby, the 2d July, in the Me of Wight appointe^ 121


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