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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
page 282



* * 1foil filial! " be believed heartily;1 replied ût Thomas Trivet and fir William Helmon : * give orders for this, and let us march thither in threer days, for ft will be on enemy's ground.* • This was adopted by all in the council, and they gave notice of it to the reft of the army* CHAP, LIIL THE BISHOP OF NORWICH, COMMANDER OF THE .UÉBANISTS; ENTERS FLANKERS CONTRARY TO THE OPINION OF SIR tiÙGIÎ CALVERLEY.—THE EARL OF FLANDERS ^ENDS AMBASSADORS TO ' THE BISHOP; WHO tlETURNS A HARSH AN* SWÉR; SIR Hugh Calverley was not ^refent at this . council, having gone to fee a coùfin called fir John Droicton*, who was governor of Guines* and had remained there all that day^ intending to return on.the following; which he did* •. The bishop fent for him to the caftle, ikhefe he was lodged, m were the others; becaufe firHugh had been longer accuftomed to arms and hadfeen more than they had done. The knights had told the bishop that they wished to have fir Hugh's opinion before they Undertook any thing. • The bishop related to fir Htigh, in their prefence, the eonverfation which had paffed^ and. demanded his advice on it. Sir Hugh thus .replied ;to thé * Droiclon. Q. Drayton* ;" ^ . bishop 268


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