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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.5

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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.5
page 287



inform the earl, who was in his veffel,, that the duke wanted to fpeak with him ; but the earl re-fufed to come and fent the lord Latimer and lord Thomas Percy. Thefe two had a conference with the duke for three hours, and, after long debates, confented to requeft the earl, that before he fet fail, he would on another day have a converfation with the duke i they then went to his (hip, and related to the carl all that had pafied. About midnight, on the return of the tide, the wind became favourable $ and the mariners afked the earl what were his intentions. The earl, who wifhed not for any further conferences, faid,c Weigh your anchor and fet your fails, and let us be gone.' This was foon done ; and thus did the ' Englifh fail from the harbour of Vannes for England. All the others did the fame in their different ports, and colle&ed together at fêa» We will now fpeak of certain knights and fquires who returned to Cherbourg by land, and relate what befel them on their road. The con-ftable of France, who at that time refided at cha-r teau JoiTelin, feven leagues from Vannes, had granted pafTports to fome. Englifh and Navarre knights of the garrifon of Cherbourg, who Lad fcrved under the earl of Buckingham. Among others were fir John Harleftone, governor of Cher-bourg, fir Evan Fitzwarren, fir William Clinton and fir John Burley. They fet out from Vannes, following the road to château Jofielin, for it was in their route. On their arrival, they took up their * 276


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