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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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wardrobe to learn the news,, and what could have brought that king, at this time of trouble and alarm, to England. The king of Armenia en-tered the prefence-chamber ; and the two kings having mutually faluted each other, the king of Armenia began his fpeech, by declaring, the caufes, for his coming were principally to fee the king of England, which he had never before done; that he was • much gratified in being in his prefence, from which he flattered himfelf good would arife ; and alfo to attempt to avert the great peftilence? that was ready to befal England : not that either the king of France or his council had fent him thither, for he was come of his own free will, to endeavour to make a peace or a truce between the two crowns. He paid many compliments both to the king and to his. council. . He was briefly an-fwered as follows : c Sir king, you are welcome to this country, for our king and felves are glad to fee you. We muft inform you, that the king has not all his council at this moment with him, but they will fhortly affemble, as he has fummoned them, and you fhall then have an anfwer/ The king of Armenia was contented with this, took his leave, and returned to the houfe where he was lodged. Within four days, the king was ad- . vifed what anfwer to make : I believe he confulted his uncles on the fubjeâ, but they were not prefent when it was given. The king went to Weftmin-fter, where his council was affemblcd, and thither the king of Armenia was invited. When in the prefence, the king of England was feated accorcU ing 10S


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