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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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from London. % The duke gracioufly received them : he opened their credential letters, and read them over three times, the betterv to com-prehend them, and then said,~rf You are weU come to this country ; bat you could not have come at a more unfortunate feafon in the whole year to obtain fpeedy affiftwace, for the king and my brothers are all fcattered abroad in different parts, fo that you cannot have any anfwer before Michaelmas, when the parlia-ment will affemblé at London, pid the king return to Weftminfter. But, às this bufinefs more particularly affects iuy brother and my-felf, I will write to him ; and we will fhortly be in London, and then confider with you how it will be beft for us to act in this gifeir. You will return to London, and I will let you know when my brother and myfelf are there. The ambafla-dors from Portugal were well fatisfied with this anfwer, and leaving the duke of Lancafter, re-turned to London, where they lodged themfelves and remained at their eafe. The duke of Lancafter was not forgetful of his promife, and inftantly wrote private letters to the earl of Cambridge, containing an account ôf what you have heard. When the earl had pe-rufed them attentively, it was not long before he set off for Hertford, near Ware, where the duke of Lancafter refided. After confulting on this bufinefs three days together, they came to Lon„ don, according to the duke's promife to the Por-tuguefe, where on thçir arrival they dîfmounted ^ ^?ir hpufes. Thefe IIS


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