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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.6

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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.6
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' By my faith, Sounder/ replied the canon, 41 have not received more th^n you have, nor will I receive any thing without ycpr knowledge/ Some of the knights prefSçnt anfwered,—€ We ' firmly believe you; but all things muft have an end. Shew us how we may get clear of this bufi7 nefs with honour, and that as fpeedily as may be; for if we be not well paid, and in $ flior$ time, matters will go ill/ The canon de Roberfac then replied,—' Fair firs, I would advife lîrft of all, in the fituation we are in, that we wait on the earl of Cambridge, and remonftrate with him on thefe matters of which he ought to be informed/ € And who is there among us/ faid fome one, ! who will re-monftrate with him ?' ' I will,' replied Sounder} € but you muft all avow what I fliallvfay/ The whole company promifed to do lb. They then departed with the pennon of St. George, which they had that day difplayed, carried before them, and came to the Cordeliers, where the earl of Cambridge was lodged. * • Juft as he was going to dinner, thefe compa-nions, to the amount of about feven hundred, entered the court, and demanded the earl, who, having quitted his chamber, came into the hall to fpeak with them. The knights had advanced with Sounder at their head, and remonftrated in an agreeable manner and fpeech,, faying, * My lord, it was you who affembled us in England; and we came hither according to your entreaties as well as the others who are now without : we : ' ' * • have 1 Si


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