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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
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Lifter willconduit them hither.' 'If we now plun-der the city of the Wealth that is in it, we fhall have been beforehand, and fhall not repent of fo doing; hot, if we wait for their arrival, they will wréft it franrus.' To this opinion all had agreedi when, the* king appeared in fight; attended by fixty horfe. He was not thinking of them, but intended to have cpnrinued' his'rick without coming into London : hbunever, ;:when. he . came--before - the abbey of St. lUftholomefty which is in Smithfield and faw the crowd of* people, he flopped, and faid he would not ' ' proceed until he* knew what they wanted ; and, if they were troubled,-he would appeafe them. The lords who accompanied him flopped alfo, as vm%? bnt rigUp} firicë thc-king had flopped ; when Wm Tyléfr, feifSrg thé kSi)g,-faid to his men, * HeW is the king: I ftill g6 and:f^efak with him: do hot you ftir from kence until I gave y ou a figrial:' TIE irlade a morioh with his ' hand, and'added, E When you fhall fefe-tne make this frgn, then flep forward, and kill every one except the king ; but hurt him ' not, for ^he is young, and we fcan dbSvhat We pleafe with him for, by carrying him with us through England, we fhall be lords of it without any oppo- " There'was a doublet-maker of London, called John Ticle,* who had brought fixty doublets with which fotne of the clowrts'liad dttfled themfelves and, oh-his afkihg'who4 was ro*pay, for he rrrufl:* have for them thirty good fharcs, Tyfcr repfied,— * Make, thyfelf eafy, aim;- thou fhak be mél paid this day : look to mç for it : thou haft Sufficient fe-; . '. curity 858


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