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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
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* Maftcr Pafchal prepared to do what hé had been ordered j and, having itiade himfelf ready,* he embarked, made fail, and landed in Cornwall, and from thence journeyed on until he arrived at Sheen, near London, where the king refided. He approached his perfon, and recommended to his majefty his lord the king of Navarre. The king entertained him handfomely. There were prefent the % earl of Saliftmry and fir Simon Burley, who entered into the converfation and an-fwcred for the king, faying his majefty ' would lhordy come to London, and fummon his council on a day fixed on between them. Mafter Pafchal, - at this council, informed the king of all that he had been charged to fay : he harangued fo ably and eloquently that he was liftened to with pleafure. The council for the king replied, that the offers which the king of Navarre had made were worth attending to ; but that, in order to form fo extenfive an alliance as the 'king of Navarre was defirous of making, it would be neceflary for him to come over hitnfelf, that he might more fully explain every thing, for the affair feemed well deferviftg of it. On this, the council broke up, and rtiâfter Paf-chal returned «to Navarre, when he related to the king that the young king of England and his coun-. cil were defirous of feeing him. The king re-plied, he would go thither, and ordered a veflel, called a lin*, to be prepared, Which fails with alf . * Xip,—a felucca, or fxnall frigate.—Du Cangi. B b 2 . t winds,


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