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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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2j6 having for a fhorfc time çonfidered their contents, he faid ; f My lords, you may retire : I will fend for fome of my barons and learned men of my council : we will then give you our anfwer, that you may re-turn back foon/ This reply was very pleafing to the ambafladors, who went the next day to London. It was not long before the king of England came to Weftminfter, where he was met by the greater part of his coun-cil ; that is to fay, his fon the duke of Lancafter, the earl of Arundel, the earl of Salifbury, fir Walter Manny, fir Reginald Cobham, earl Percy, lord Neville, and many others. Among the prelates, were the bUhops of Winchefter, Lincoln and Lon-don. They deliberated for a long time on the let. ters from the prince, and on the requeft he had made to the king his father. It appeared reafonable to the king and his council, that the prince fhould attempt to conduft back and replace the • king of Spain on his throne and in his inheritance, which was unanimoufly agreed on. Upon this, they drew up excellent anfwers, from the king and council of Eng-land, to the prince and all the barons of Acquitaine. They were carried back by the fame perfons who had.brought the letters, to the city of Bourdeaux, where they found the prince, and the king, don Pedro ; to each of whom they gave other letters which the king of England had fent by them. Another conference was determined upon : and, a day being fixed for holding it in the city of Bour-deaux, all thofe who were fummoned attended. The letters from the king of England were publicly read, who


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