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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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houfe as you can ehoofe them, to the amount of five hundred pounds fterling a-year, for you and your heirs ; and I retain you as a fquire of my body and of my houfeholdV ' , John Copeland left Calais the third day after his arrival, and retured to England : when he was come home, he aflembled his friends and neigh-bours, and, in company with them, took the king of Scots, and conveyed him to York, where he prefented him,- in Jthe name of the king, to the queen, and made fuch hapdfome excufes that (he was fatisfied. When the queen had fufficientlv provided for the defence of the city of York, the caftle of Rox-burgh, the city of Durham, and the town of New-caftle-upon-Tyne, as well as for all the borders, and bad appointed the lords Percy and Neville govern-orrof Northumberland, to take proper care of it/ ihe fet out from York and returned to London, She ordered the king of Scots, the earl of Murray, " and the other prifoners to be confined in the towef of London, and, having placed a fufficient guard • * Copeland was made a banneret, with a felary of 5001. yearly, to him and to his heirs, until lands of the like yearly amount fhould be bellowed on him. He obtained a penfion fbr Kfe of 1001., under condition of furntfhing twenty men at arms.. He was alfo made warden of Berwick. Befides all this, it appeals that he obtained the office of iieriff of Northumberland, and keeper of Roxburgh caftle. Robert de Bertram had a penfion tf 200 marks, given to him and to his heirs, until the king ihould provide him in lands of equal value, for his capture of the knight if Uddêflal*' .jjAftab,—and Fœdera. O 4 ' over . ' - 199


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