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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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to London/ and ériedout,—r They arc killing the king! they- are "killing thé king-and ..our mayfav* Upon this alarm, every man, of the king5* P&TTF faîlifd out towards Smuhfield, and to tfife fields whither the % king had retreated RTND IHERMUÈTÉ inftandy coHefted from fev^n to. eight thoufand men in arms. - • . . ' v- . Among the firft; came Tit* Hobert KtiéBes arte fir Perducas d1 AibretKj well attended* ? and fe-veral of the tldermen, with upward! of fix hundred men at arms, arid à powef fbl man of the city called Nicholas' Brambfcr, thfe king's -draper, bringing" lÉkh'h}» a ïar^e forde, who, asA they camel up, ranged themfelves 'm order,' Otf foot*,- ûn each fide of him. The rebels were drawn up oppofite them they had the king's banners, and ftiewed asif they iifterkted to maintain « flieir ground by offering • The king created three: kèîghls ; fir Wifflam Walworth mayor of London,* fir John Standwich and fir Nicholas Bfamber. The lords began to • In one of py MSSt th«fe is'th*-&ll*tti*|r addition : *' * Sir Robert dt I^amuf^ fir Robert Knifes and fir Perdocar d'Aihreth ycre vjery angry that thefe wiçked peoplç.fq eafdy efcap^d, for they had put the town into great alarm for three days. Sir Henry de ^autfelics, a young knight from Hainault who hadaccortrfpahteA §r Robert de Namur, a&ed why forme revengéi #as \sM •lad1 ft* having kept 't|e tatitft in foch alarm. Sir Robert, upon this, afted him if he had be*n frightened:. * Yes by God* MM JL xery much ; why fhould I conceal it ? And was. no* y eta?* , «« by my trpt&,_ I was not j but if the king had not been here with us, we ihould have run great rift/ converfe


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