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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.7

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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.7
page 69



Il CHÀP. XÎÎL • •ÏR JOïbl HOLLAND KILLS LORD RALPH STAF-FORD.—THE EARL OF STAFFORD DEMANDS JUSTICE FROM THE KING. THE king of England was quartered in thé country round Beverley, in the diocefe of York, with numbers of èarls, barons, àtid knights of his realm ; for every one tried to be lodged M sear him as poffible, more efpecially his two uncles. Sir Thomas Holland, earl of Kent, and If John Holland, eari of Huntington, his bro-thers, were alfo there with a bandfbme company of men at arms. With the king was akftigfat from Bohemia, who had come to pay a vifit to.the queen; and, out of affection to her, the king and barons fliewed him every attention.. This knight was gay and haodfomein the German ftile, and his name was fir- Meles. It happened one afterhoon that twd fquires attached to fir John Holland quarrelled*** the fields of a village neat Beverley, for the lodgings of fir Meles* afcd folfowed him, to his great difplçpsure, with much abufe. At this tad* ment two archers belonging to lord Ral^ph Staf-ford came thither, who took up thé quarrel ùt fir Meles becaufe he was altrahger : they blamed the iquires for their language, and Padded : (Yùû have ufed this knight very il % thtfe qtiarrelKtig with


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