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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
page 131



vergne, and a hundred great barons, who departed much difcontented at not having feen England. The king was equally vexed, but he could not amend it. The army now fepàrated, Xome pleafed and others angry ; but the fervants of the principal lords (laid behind, for the benefit of their matters, and to fell off their flores : in this, great loffes ac-crued ; for what had cofl one hundred francs was difpofed of for ten, and even under. The count dauphin d'Auvergne -affured me on his faith, that for his flores, which had cofl him ten thoufand francs, he did not receive one thoufand when re-fold: his fervants, like thofe of others, fuffered every thing to go to ruin. When news of this reached England, thofe who were afraid of the French coming were greatly re-joiced ; while others were forry, for they expe&ed to have made themfelves rich from them. A grand feafl was given in the city of London to all who had been appointed to guard the different har-bours. The king kept his Chriftmas, in a folemn manner, at Weflminfter, and there created three dukes ; firfl, the earl of Cambridge,, duke of York; his brother, the earl of Buckingham, duke of'Glocefler ; the earl of Oxford, duke of Ire-land. Thefe feafls were long and magnificently continued, and the people of England thought they had efcaped from great danger; but others, who had not the fame alarms, faid, that the army and navy, which had been fo pompoufly colle&ed at Sluys, were only t o frighten England, and force • " ' - " ' the 118


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