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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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but only thofe who wece under the obedience of Clement. t ' After they had taken this oath, the king, by advice of his council, addrefied them, faying, —c Bifhop, and you,. Thomas and William* when you fhall have arrived at Calais, yon will remain there for a month or thereabouts, in which time I will fend you a good' marfhal and valiant man, fir William Beaucharop ; fori have difpafcched meffengers to him oh the borders of Scotland, where he at prefent is holding coAfe-renées on our part with the Scots, for-the-trace between us . and Scotland will expire on Si John's day. On his return, you fhall have Mil without fail in your company.: therefore wail for hip, for he will be of great ufe to you by his goodfenfeand advice.' .." ~ The Bifhop of Norwich and the above-named knights fJfetfted to this propofal, and quitted the king : t&ey went to Dover, where they emJ barked, afid-arrived at Calais the §8d éf April; IMS. Sir John Delvernes; was at that time go-vernor of Calais, who received the bifhop and his companions with; much pleafare. Tffey difembarked, a few àt a time, with their horfes and anfteur 3 f 4ml thofe) Who fapcf the opportunity of doing foj Mg^ themfelves in thé town, tfte reft abided in httts which they erected in the neighbourhood* . and continued thus until the 4th day of May, expecting their* marfhal, & i^ilJifMn Beauchamp, Whë, however, did not arriye;,( -: •:•• , • • • ' ' ^ ' • •• Xb&j bifbqp of Nowicb, youttg âirf eager, * and


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