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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 366



umberland, on the lands of the iord^ Percy, which they pillaged and burnt. They ad-vanced further, and then returned through the estates of the eari of Nottingham and the lord . Mowbray, to wbofe lands they did much da-mage. They pafied by Roxburgh: for they had.a very large booty with them, as well in men as in cattle, and returned to their own country without any lofs ; for the English had , been &me*irae diQaaded, and could not be re-aflembled In time to oppofe them : they were, therefore, obliged to fuffer this infult, as thejr hid before given a fimilar one to the Scots. * The king of Scotland could easily éxcrffe ' himfelf for this inroad, m hè had been kept .entirely ignorant of their affembling and march. Since the country was fo hficlined, it wbtnot -jnaieriaî that he ftould know any thing about -it y but fuppoting he had known it, and there bad been - no other treaties than thofiç whicfc . existed between the two countries, they would not Mate acted otherwife for him. " Notwithstrnidingthe batons of Scotland, vnïh «bê French knights, had thus invaded England, mt Hemart de Matâé and sir Peter de Flamel con-tained to reside at Edinburgh, near king Robert : * they allowed the Scots ta act as they pleafed, that jtmigbt notbe faid, nor the English fixppofe, that it was through their fault, orthofe oftheir country ' wii* had come with them, that the treaties had beetk infringed which had been concluded at •olinghen by the nobles and council of France, England âii


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