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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.4

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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.4
page 132



• ÎÉCJ êvéHif mà net Méôur rtifett. The piînttS wtl advifëd to fttUKi tô EttgîâtîrJ, âl fJérlapS he raiglt there recover hil Ji^âlth ; âhd, afe this advice wa* given hirri by his phyficiàhfc and fttfffoftl, htî agreed to it. Preparâtiôhs Weft made for his de-parture i and, I believe, the earls of Cîàrftbridgp and Pembroke were ordered to retùrfi With hirh to bear him company. ' When the prince #àl abolit tô îfeàv* Aquitaine, and his veïïel wai in the hàrboul of Bourdeaux, on theiver Garonne, where he had arrived With the princefs and the young Richard, his fob,. he ifïueà from the city of Éourdeaùx a fpefciaî fomtftonS to til the barons and kftlghts of tSâfcûày atit Pbitoti, ahet to all others oVer viliom fcfc was lord or #hè de-pended on him. When they were arrived, and kf-fembled before him in his hall of audience, he ad-dreffed them by faying, c that during the time be had been their prince, he had always maintained them in peace, profr/erity, vtÀ ^pAweiy as far as de-pended on him » againft all their enemies -, but that How, lit the hope of recovering \m ktdth, of which he had great need, he intended to return to Eng-land : he therefore beffought chem earneftrytoput their faith in, ied to ferve arid obey his brother, the duke of Larlcafter, & they had before ferved and obeyed him : ' that they would find him a good and êdtirteotfc'ldr&, 'and He begged of them to aid mà afflfthlm in all Hk affairs'. The barons of Aquitaine, Gafcorry, Poitou and Saintonge affçnted to his requcft, and fworc upon their faith and loyalty hever todfeftft him.. They per-


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