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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 369



tertaïnments : on which accounts, this mifun-derftanding has happened between Scotland and England^ urged on by thofe who had long me-ditated it, and urçder fhadow of diffimulation the greater part of it has been effected- But my moft redoubted and fovereign lord, the king of Scotland, and the ambaffadors from the king of France, who refide at prefent with him^ ex-culpate themfelves from any knowledge of the laft expedition which the barons and knights of Scotland made into England, having been com-pletely ignorant of it. ' € Therefore, to redrefs all ' complaints and place things on a proper footing, I am ordered to fay, that if you will conform to the treaties concluded beyond fèa through the difcretion' and wifdom of the counsellors of the king of France and your own, and will agree that the truces laft the time fuch truces have beenagreed to with my very redoubted and* fovereign lord the king of Scotland, he andhis council will confirm them, and fwèar to keep and maintain them, out of refpect to the king of France and his council, as well hy himfelf as by^ his vaffal* and upon this fubject you will be plèafed ta give me your anfwer.' ' The king of England and his uncles paid at-tention to the herald while he was fpëaking, and willingly heard him. The duke of Lancàftèr told him, that indeed he fhould have an anfwer. They ordered him to remaii in London,, whete he had had his audience, to wait the; anfwerfrom the king of England. ' " . A&2 CHAP. S35


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