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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 362



sm^ - went-on board and fel Ml from? Sluys as ibon as the wind became favourable. • . They left • their horfes behind, - ON account 'OF the dangers of the fea and the LENGTH of the voyage : befides, the mariners- who conducted them knew they eouM nk land at Edinburgh;, ^ Dunbar, nor any of the adjoining ports, on ac-count of the Englifh fteet, with the purveyan-ces which followed thé army, being mailers of all the havens; : Abeu* this time the atnbàflhdors from- France arrivedin England, and waited' on the king AND* 1m-uncles j WFCBJ entert&hied* them handfomelyv They dîffémiled' • à little thie' • fitft " day, beeaufe they kftew a WAR WAS carrying on in. Scotland : fcuty ôti hearing tfieir people had' finiflied the* bufineft, they haftfcnedj the meffengêrs ffon* Ffence, fir Hemart DE Kfa(fê and the others^ and, for their greater fecurity, ordered fbmeof thé king'? Kerafifeto att^dfthem through Eng-land, and to have AFL towns1 and1 ehftles opened tb receive t&ertr. TKw 'befogs arranged, they* fet* out on their* embafljh The French- khfghtt* who îrtid' failed1 from ffluys, by coafting* thfe i»orès# Holland1 and England;'-- an* cânéfôfff AVèMRnçl tËe-Englfii fleets, arrived fàfëfpatf A:Jfihall? fëë-pwt1 in Scot-land calfcd^Mfonlttes^ THe-tatt^^HtecKii *!BHrortres: Nfr. m W¥hërfa*, in htee*ceUSfct Géfcg!^ mufttttiffhffrf^^ HMtor^ tyaaflate* it; Mtlrofe ; biifelthiàkrit mull, be; a imlUke» a& Froiflkrt callriW ' un petitrpwt/ From what follows* it - mutt be fome final port near to Dundee ; apd I (hould fuppofe it to mean Montrofe * % the


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