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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 378



each read them, the duke faid, * You are welcome, gentlemen, to this country : we will to-morrow attend the king, and you fhall have aflistance, as-it is but reafonable you fhould/ The duchefs, taking Lawrence apart, afked the news of Caf-tiile and Portugal, and what was going on in thofe parts. Lawrence, having made exact an-fwers to all the lady's questions, the duke order-ed wine and fpices, of which the envoys par-took, and then returned to their hôtel. On the morrow, by fix o'clock, they again waited on the duke, who had heard mafs, and entering a large barge, rowed up the Thames to Westminster, where the king and the greater part of his council refided. The duke of Lancaster made them enter the council chamber, and addrefling the king, fard, #My lord, here is the grand master of St. James in Portugal, who brings you letters : wiH you pleafe to fee them ?* c Willingly/ replied the king. Upon which, the two ambafiadors kneel-ing, prefented the letters, which the king hav-ing taken, he made them rife, and then opened and read them. They gave alfo letters to the earls of Cambridge and Buckingham. The king replied very graciouffy to theambaf-fadors, faying:f Yon are welcome to this country, and your coming has given ns much pleafore. You will not immediately return, nor without having letters to your fatisfaction. Make my fair uncles acquainted with your bufiuefs, who wit attendto it, and not allow it to flip their memories. 9 Th«y SiS


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