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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.3

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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.3
page 114



sod tit king, the queen and their brother*, fet fail hem England, and were landed* with tbesx attendante, m la Rochelle* But we wUl for a while leave this prâee* una taik of feme other régulations, which were made at that time in England. It was ena&ed by the king and his council, that the lord Lionel* the king's, Second fon, and who had borne the tkk of «ni of Ulfttr, fluswid from thenceforward bear thtf of dnke of Clarence ; and the lord John, who mas. catted earl of Richmond, was created duke of Lancafter, which eftate came to him by his w&^ the lady Blanche, as beirefs to the good duke of LanoAer, ht» father* It was alfo taken into M. AL by A g and his council, that the lord Edrmmd, the king's youngeft fon, who was called earl of Cambridge, ftould be well provided for, ami, if it were poffiblfe* that he fhould be united in. marriage with Che daughter of the earl of Flanders, at thai that a widow* , " However, that matter, though, pcapofed^ was not fully entered upon ; for h would be necdfaxy to go cautioufly to work about il j befides, the lady herfelf was fufficiently young. of Kent, commonly called the fair countefs of Kent* Sk» was a widow, and of the blood royal of England* •She was firft married to the earl of Sali/bury* and di-vorced from him, then married to Sir Thomas Holland.—* FABIAN* Aboil


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