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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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dfëd fpfi^fSn which pu will -find ready arid at your fervice.* ... .. * . . . - €: By my faiçh/ replied theduke, ' fyir gentlemen, £.ffrat)k you much fqryçur^ gallant offpr, which I donpt refufe butj irnagine his majefty jnuft have been fo advifed that ail will turn out well How* ever, I wifh to have paflpprts from you, for myfelf and people, to go to your country, and refute there, JJiould there be occadon, until all thefe troubles be appeafed.' t ,) iJ: ' : - The carls of Douglas and Moray, who had full * powers from the king, : immediately complied with his requeft. Thçythen took their leave, and each party feparated : ; the Scots returned to Edinburgh, and the duke, with his attendants, to Berwick, thinking to enter the town, where he had left all his baggage -, but fir Matthew Redmayrie, the go-vernor, refufed him entrance, and clofcd the gates againft him. He told him he aded by orders from the earl of Northumberland, at that time lord war-den of the cpujity'of Northumberland and of all thofe parts, who had forbidden him to open the gates, and that he coijld ,do no otherwife. The duke was, much vexed on hearing thefe words, and thus anfwered ; 4 How, Matthew Red-mayne, is there any one in Northumberland greater than I ? • Who has thus denied ray entrance where I have left my baggage ? from whence come fuch orders ?' c By my faith, my lord, my orders are. from the king, and what-1 dois very much againft my will* but do it I muft -, and I entreat of you,,, for God's i^ke, to excufe me, for I axu ftriclly en^ ( joined, 367


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