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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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plied,— € What you fey is true : we will have you for our king: no one elfe; and we will make you futh, let who will urge us to the contrary. Now, fwear before us that you will be good and merciful, and maintain strict juftice, without flat-tering the ftrong more than the weak; and that you will defend, with heart and hand, in con-junction with our aid, the rights and privileges of Portugal/ c The king replied,—c My good people, I now heartily fwear to follow what you have faid ; but let us haften to the mint, where John Fernando Audere refides with Leonora d* Acunha ; for I muft have him put to death, as he has acted contrary to our interefls, in fupporting the claims of others than thofe you wifh well to/ c We will do fo,' they anfwered; c for in truth he has behaved to you like a rebel, and fhall die for it, that thofe who are your enemies may take example/ ' On faying this, the Lifbonersleft the church of St. Dottinick, in the whole about fifteen hun-dred, headed by their new king, and marched through the town towards the mint, where the queen and Fernando Audere, with their atten-dants, lived. On their arrival, they broke open th* doors, and entered the lady's apartment by fore*. Leonora, much alarmed on feeing this crowd enter her chamber, threw herfelf on her hâte» before don John, and with uplifted hands bogged his mercy, for that fhe was not guilty of avy aaifdeeds ; and, as for the crown or inheri-tance of Portugal, fhe bad never made any claim to 980


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