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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 379



They aafwered on their knees, • Very dear lord, we wilt cheerfully fo da/ They then quit-* ted the con nciUchamber, and amufad them-* felves m the palace, waiting for the duke of Lancafter, who remained in conference until high noon. When the parliament rofer tht duke carried his two brothers, with the ambafiadora^ in hm barge to dine with him. The earl of Cambridge wm well acquainted with the grand nrcfter and Lawrence Fongaffe, m he had known them in Portugal. After dinner he began a converfation with them in the presence of hit brothers* and afked about the marriage of the ladjr Êe*bâmw who was to have been bis dtug^teMiirlaWr and how fhe went on. tha ambaflaiért gave fuoh angers as fatiafied the company. Before the arrival of thefe ambafladkr^ the duke of v and carl of Cambodge had held fréquent conferences refpecting Caftille;. for the earl, as yon have heard, was greatly dif-pleafed with the late Mag of Portugjalfor having remained fifteen days with his army in fight, of that of Ctftlleiir^^ engagement. The earl had pointedly remarked this fault by faying y € I have only with me, fir king, one hundred lances and a thoniand archers; but I would have you m& y#ir bar-oat fcnffw that we have unankn*u% vdblvad to rife-a battle with our enemies, and abide whatever be the event God may pleafe to ordam/ King Ferdinand replied, that neither himself mm council thought it advifeble to offer battle. Upon tM% the earl- VOL VII. Bb of


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