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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 346



, . . . CHâP.LXDL % „ X!*0 CHAR LIS OF KA1TCI INSTIGATES THE ! SCOTS TO MAKE WAR O* IWCLAMD.—-THE SCOTS T All THE CASTLE Of HE WICK. 'If MG Clmio of France, àotwidiftMidhg he *^ always refided at Paris, m at'various pèicr places ii Fumée which plcafed; him more, .and that he never k»e arms;hpnfetf*, kept up awry • fharp war againft his enemies .the EogHk : He had formed 'alliances, iaswel in the empire as with the adjoining kingdoms, in .agrattsordqgreexhan the four or five preceding kings of Frandc bad ever done. • Hr paid great attentions to* all from whom he thought he fhould derive any affiftance; and becaufe king Richard of England was young* - and his kingdom unfetjtled, he. had fent to rrneir his alliance with the Scots, and with their king, Ro-bert Stuart, who had fuccccded hi* uncle Jong David Bruce, and to excite them to make war upon the Englifh, fo that they fhould be difabled from croffing the feas. • Upon this, king Robert, after the death of Edward and the coronation of Richard, aflembled his council at Edinburgh, where he had fum-moned the greater part of thofe barpns and knights from whom he looked for affiftance. He remon-, ftrated with them againft the Englifh for having in former times done them much mifchitf by" burn-ing »5«


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