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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
page 249



About time, ihe lore Chartes of Bktij, wftfc called himfelf dwke.cf tBnktaoJ, «xg bpoi^ht j»*-(bner to London. He was feet 4© 4be Tower* *bttt pot as a clafe jurifpnes, where the kingef Scotland and the *f Moray Were tflfoconfitieà. He dM not, however, lo^f^maki there, h tit, tftthe frftrea^ ties of the queen of England, to whom he was cou-fie german, was fet at liberty on his parole, and Toée all over London wherever he pleafed ; bu| he was not permitted to lie a night out of the lower, except it was in fuch fixées where the royal family were*. • • The earl of Eu and of Gufiifes tras affo in îiOn-* dort a prifoner : he tras a very gallant knight, and fo amiable that he was always well received by the £ing, queep, barons, and ladies of Ihe courts CHAP. CXLVC, ' H EO|IBER4 OF THE. NAME OF BACON, 90J5B MUÇtf MISCHIEF IN LANGUEDOC. J^l* this year of the truce, the two kings re-mained ip pwce. But lord William Douglas; find the Scots, who had taken refuge in the foreft * Georges de Leihen, phjfician to Chéries de Blow, and Oliver cle Bignon, his valet de chambre, affirm their JMitff iras ciu&fy comjued for two years: that he was ihiit m eyery night in the lower, from whence he only came out to walk i* the couit of the caftle, where the Engliih foldiers inihlted bim and that he never mounted a horfe during the je two yeaisw & Bretagne, p. 27S. of 28*


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