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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 354



Jpag, th# if they would fend on the morrow morn-ing their leaders to the Thames, the king would come and hear what they had to fey. This anfwer gave great pleafure, and they werf contented wkh it : they paflbd the night as well as they could ; but you muft know that on*-fourtH of them fafted for want of provifion, as they had pot brought any with them, at which they werf much vexed, as may be fuppofed. ' At this time, the earl of Puckingham was in Wales, where he poflefled great eftates in right of Jiis wife, who was daughter of the e^rl ofgHcrcford and Northampton ; but the common report about London was, that he favoured thefe people : fome ?tfluted it for a truth, as having feen him among them, becaufc there wgs one Thomas yery much refembling him, from the county of Cambridge. As for the Englifh barons who were at Ply- mouth making preparations for .their voyage, they }iad heard of this rebellion, and that the people were rifing in all parts of the kingdom. Fearful |eft theif voyage fhould be prevented, or that the populace, as they had done at Southampton, Win-? chplfea and Arundel, fhould attack them, they heaved their anchors, and witfy fojne difficulty left the harbour, for the wind was againft them, ancf |ut to fea^ frhcfi fhey çaft anchor to wait for a wind. The duke of Lancafter was on the borders, be-tween la Morlane*, Roxburgh and Mclrofe, hold- • La Morlane. lMabuAzw.^Ma£fher/bn9s G$og. Jliuft. $f Sçêtkmd. 2 4 PI 843


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