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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 429



wonderful ho\rwell he coloured the whole bufînets through the kingdom by his harangues. In addition to this, the king of France, moved by devotion and humility, ordered frequent proceffions of the whole clergy ; when he himfelf, as well as the queen, attended without flockings, and bare-footed. In this manner, they went praying and fupplicating God to liften to them, and to the ne* ceflities of the kingdom of France, which had been for fo long a time under tribulation. The king or-dered all the fubje&s of his realm to do the fame, by the advice of the prelates and churchmen. The king of England a£ted in a fimilar manner in his kingdom. There was at that time a bifhop of London * who made feveral long and fine fermons : he demonftrated and preached in thefe fermons, that the king of France had moft unjuftly .renewed the war, and that it was againft right and reafon, as he plainly fhewed in different points and articles. In truth, it was but proper that both kings, fince they were determined on war, fhould explain and make clear to their fubje&s the caufe of the quarrel, that they might understand it, and have the better will to affift their kings ; to which purpofe they were all equally alert in the two kingdoms. The king of England had fent to Brabant and Hainault, to learn if he could have any affiftancé from either of them, and had frequently, on ac-count of his near connexion, requefted • duke Al-bert, who at that time governed the country for his • Dr. Simon Tibald, alias Sudbury.—BARNxs. « brother, 415


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