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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
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the ear) of Stafford : J*ea?y Will this new b* to the fether when he ihaU know it/ • Sonic of the attendants of fir John HolfpiL hearing thefe words,-faid to their mailer, « My* lord you have flain the lord fctfph Stafford/ * Bp it fo,' repled fir John. * I had rather ip¥P pttfi him to death than one of left rank ; for by thff I have the better revenged the }ofii of my fquP*/ Sir John haftenedto Beverley, tp take adfaptagt of the fanctuary pf §t. John's church, whither hp went, and did not quit the fanctpary ; for he we! knew he (hould have much trouble ip the arRtj from the affection it bore lord Ralph, and he wtW Uncertain what his broker the king pf England wpuld (ay to it. Tp avoid, therefore, $11 thefe perils* he (hut himfelf up in the fanctupuy. News was carried to the Ear) of Çtiffprdt f%ftt Ms fon |iad been unfortunately killed- The epf «&?4 who had 4pue it- They tcid bhn f Sip John Holland, the king's brother/ §pi refôtp4 frhy aud wherefore. You may fuppofe, th*t thf father, having pnîy one beloved fon, ffhp wm f young, h^ndfome, and accompli fhçd knight* wa| beyond mepfure enraged. He fent for aft his {Hands* to b»ve their advice how he ought to tp revenge this lofe. The wifeft pad ppi teqp* pprate did ail fhey coul4 to c^hn him, -ftddipg* that pn thf morrow the fept fhould be M4 hefofP Ihe kings and he (houl4 .bp required to fee tew apdjuftiqe put iu force. . Thus puffed the might In the morning, the lord Ralph ^rd w buried in tilt church of a village 6$


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