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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 364



tainèd very Kandfomely tHe knighili of Ffànëeî *Sir Gamier explained to thé king and his baron* ihei intentions of his companions, and thei* feaforis for earning to Edinburgh. rf - " s The ambaffadors from France1, fir Hémart de Mâfle, sir Peter dè Flattiel arid Jarieqnili Cham* §enob, arrived with copies of the truces en* «tered- into between the kings èf France and "England ; but the Scots having noinclinatioia toac crept of than, diflfembled*i Iffying-AM *hey;had cctoer too late, and ttiat *hiy (honM ipwt now pay a^ attention tê «hem, for the JLhgiIïhwhàd just ''inadeuti/ grievous war on thé emitty.. -'.King itabatf dit eftety^thiftg-tfie could for their Ib&wg'afccèptédy faying, tMt'ift truth since thej*: Jiad' Itaqn » hotxfièd; to then?, they had not any presence -for a* fafiifal : thfe caufed a difference toefcweenl the fking^nd the knights of his country; -• - ov-' or I .1 The earl o£ Boogfew,: the veaatfoP Moray j the .cUÛrâa^of. Iiné(^iv/fl[iut'';ftieHi limite* Sani •fquires of Scotlarid ^ho Mfhèd fwVar'; held â 4ecrat meeting tn' the church 'Hfc' Sti^Qilèis^at Edinbni^h, were the ÎFrehch krii^h^,^str nier: and. Michael de la Baifre/ \te#è ^âfci&cl to •attend..- Tine ïScéisybnbdtofâîâ tift^-'tarald .^nterinto à treaty vwith thèipfcobïpanious',' and they should foon heah good *netfsetftaftt î therd butjt must b« kfept^fecDetv 'if pott tbifffcfayrfefc 'toniecUo Perth, landrelated all /they:.had -w4khèafd. . •/ 'hvJ ,,rJiQ ban -, -û-î


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