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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
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lpoke in his behalf, and gave the bed account he was able of his affairs. It was at laft refolved, that the prince (hould fend fuffidmt ambaf&dors to the Wag hk father in Eng. land, to know his opinion on the fubjeft ; and that, as foon as they (hould have the king's anfwer, they would then affemble, and give the prince fuch good advice as reafonably ought to be fatisfa&ory to him. The prince immediately named four knights ; the lord Delawar, fir Nêle I^oring, fir John and fir Hety de Pommiers ; and ordered them to fet out for England, This conference then broke up, and each returned to his home. The king, don Pedro, remained at Bourdeaux with the prince and princefs, who enter* tained him handfomely, and with due honor. Thefe four knights began their journey, according to their orders, for England ; and, having embarked on board two (hips, they arrived fafely at South-ampton, through God's good will and favorable winds. They remained there one day, to refrelh themfelves and to difembark their horfes and equipage. On the fécond day, they mounted their horfes, and rode on tô the city of London, where they inquired after the king, and where he was. They were told, he was at Windfor. . They fet out for that place, and were very weU received by the king and queen, as much through love- for the prince their fon, as becàufe they were lords and knights of great renown. Thefe lords and knights gave their letters to the fpng, who opened them and had them read. After having »35


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