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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 363



am • the town* hfuripg that the ;paflengers were Frenchmen come thither to feek for deeds of arm*, fh?wed them great kindnefe, and fup-plied them witfc every neceflary to the utmoft of their ' poller. When thefe knights ' and fquires had feffehed: themfeife^ for two days, spd had gained Sufficient intelligence, they let Out, mounted on hackney mà rodé to Dundee, from whence* continuing their journey as well m they could, [they came to .Perth, a handfcnie town. The river Tay Tiins hy it: these is:: a good fea-port, from whence onemay fail to any part of the -would. , On itheir ..asfivsal at Perth, they learnt that the Englift had retired, • and Ahat the king and all the nobility of Scotland ,were affembled in parliament .at Edinburgh. UpontW$)th0y refolved to find fir. Gamier de Cuiflangia aiid Mtebael de la Barre, to Edinr burgh, to have a conference with the king and the pofekii. tplfoow if they could be. employed, *nd to tefltfy their.good, wiUr at leafi, in coming §mm ' Hmidcft :,*o . .Seotlaifdc .fir riGeofey :de C?hftrnyiapÉ tfce ïfeft were to ration iat Perth un-til they heard bow they ."had/been /received. • , A* they -Imd-rcfolved,' fo wak itiexecuted :. the ambaffador* fet out from Perth mhd came to Edinburgh, where the king was. The earl of jDottglas wm thefe, whofe name was James, for fir William, the pirefent earl's fiither, was -lately de*iî there were .pt^nt. alio the Jehvir of Moray and Orkney, the lords de Verû, Sètber-land, lindfay and his fis ' brothers, who were all cf them knights. Thefe Scots lords enter* tained


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