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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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the carl of Moray/ the earl of Mar, the earl of Sutherland, the earl of Fife, fir Thomas Biflet and the hifliop of Caithnefs, who. were to remain in England as prifoners or hoftages for their lord and king until there (hould have been paid the whole . of the atfove fum. Public inftruments were drawn up according to thefe* refolutions and obligations, with letters pa-. tent, fealed by each of the kings. The king of Scotland then left England, and re-turned to his own country, with his queen Jo-hanna*, filler to the king of England. He was received by his fubjeéts with every honorable mark of diftinélion, and, after having vifited them, gave orders for his caftle of Scone, near Perth, to be re- * ' There is a ftrange diverfity among hiftorians concerning the time of the death of this ill-fated lady. Fordun, L xiv. c. 16. fays, that me went to England in 1357, and died after (he had remained there fome time. In Scala Chron. ap. Leland, it » faid, the queen of Scotland* lifter to king Edward, came out of Scotland to Wyudefore, to fpt»ak with him, aud after was with her mother, queen Ifabella, at Hertford, and there died. This imports, that fhc died either before her mother, or foon after her. It is certain her mother died in the autumn 1358. ' Fordun and the author of Scala Chronica are'in a miftake. Queen Johanna muft have lived beyond the year 1357 or the year 1358. Her hufband fpeaks of her as alive on the 21ft February 1358-9, Foedcra, vol. vi. p. 180. Nay more, on the 2d May 1362, a palTport is granted by Edward III. to John Herying, the fervant of Johanna queen of Scotland, our fîfter, Fœdera ;—and, there-fore, I incline to follow Wallttgham, p. 179, who places her death in 13o\V—ANNALS. paired, B72


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