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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 353



doubted tori, do hot be difpleafed with ifte fer thé meflkge I am about to deliver to you j for, my dear |6rd, through force 1 am come hither/ f ly no means, fir John, tel us what- f m are charged with : we hold you exoifed/ 1 My very redoubted lewd, the commons of your realm fend me to you to entreat yon would come and fpeaïç with them on Blackheath. They wifh to have no one but yourfelfi and you need not fear for your perfon, for they will not do you the lead harm : they always have refpeéked and #il felpeft you as their king ; but they will tell yoq many things, Which, they fay, it is qecefikry you Ihould hear i with which, however, they have not empowered sne to acquaint you. But, dear lord, have the goodnefs to give me fqch an anfwer as may farisfy them, and {hat they may be convinced I have really been in your prefence ; for they have my children a$ hqftages for my return, whom they wiU affufedly put to death, if I do not go back.* The kin* replied, * You fhall f^eedily have an anfwer/ Upon this, he called a council to con-fidcf what was to be • done. The king was advifcd to fay, that if on Thitf fdày they would come down lé the river Thames, he would without fail fpeak with them. Sir John Ncwtoqn, on receiving this anfwet-, was well fatisfied therewith, and, taking * leave of the king and barons, departed : haying f iltferfed his boat, he recroffed the Thames, and returned to Blackheathj Where he had left upwards flf fixty thoufend men, He told them from the • king, SM


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