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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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eririty for them. On feying this, hê fpnrred the horfe' on which: ht rode, and, leaving his men; galloped up. to the king, and came fo near that* fc» korfe's .head touched the crttppdr of Jhat df'tUt king. . Thfi hrft words he. laid, when hê hddfellèd thfekîhg^were, « King, doft thou fee aU thofe mtà there ?' ' -Yils/ 'replied the kirçg r4 whj^ Ôoft thou aflc ?' * Becaufe they are all uftdfcr my cocamaad/ tod have fworn by their faith and ; loyalty/to do whatever I fhall order/ .1 Very well/.faid the,king : f I have no objections to it/ Tyler, who was only defkous of a riot, anfwered, ' Jinà thmkéft thou, king* that .thofe people and as many more who are m therky^ alfo under my command, ought to de-J partfwithout having had thy letters ? Oh no, wè will ; carry them with us/ ' Why,* replied the king,/ foit has been ordered,, and they will be de* livered out one after thé other ; but, friend, return: to thy companions, and tell them • to depart from? London : be peaceable and careful of yourfelvesy for it is our determination chat you ïhall ai of you have yoiir letters by villages aid towns, as irfakfc been agreed on/ •• -% • * As the king inifhed fpeaking;Wat Tyler, cafMng. his eyes around him, fpied a fquire attached to the king'trtperfon bearing his fword. Tyler mortally hated, this fquire ; formerly they had had words to-gether, when the fquire ift-treated him. € What? art thou there?' cried Tyier : * give me thy dag-ger/ c I will not/ flud die fquire :• c why fliouid I giv« it thee The king, turning to him, laid, « Qive it Mm give is him / which he did, though A a 4 ' much .859


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