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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.8

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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.8
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imftrers to my demands, I hope that you wilf in* ftantly do fo/ Thomas, earl of Buckingham, faid,—* King of Armenia, we are folely ordered here by the king and his council, to guard and defend the frontiers, and we do not any way concern ourfelves with the government of the realm, unlets We be fpeciaily commanded by him. Since motives of goodnefs, or the appearance of them, have brought you hi-ther, you are welcome ; but you muft not expect to receive from us any definitive anfwers to fuch de-mands as ybu may make ; and, though we are not now of the king's council, we will have you con-duced to London without danger or expenfe*' The king of Armenia replied, c- that he greatly thanked them, and wifhed for nothing more than to fee and converfe with the king of England/ ' After having refreflied himfelf for one day at Dover, and held many converfations with the king's uncles, he fet off, well efcorted, to proteâ: him oat the road. He continued his journey Until he ar-rived at London, where he Was much flared at by the Londoners : the better fort, however, ftiewed him every honour and refpeft. • Having fixed on his lodgings, at a proper time *nd hour he waked on the king; who refided in a private mariner at the wardrobe ; but his council were in London, each at his own houfe ; for the Londoners were fo pa-nic-ftruck, they thought of nothing but how t* fortify their town. When the arrival of the king of Armenia wal publicly known, the king's council affembled at the wardrobe 107-


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