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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 336



8ÎS . * •JF ou* kkf and lord. If I îhoiiM hâ?ê receive! too* much, gtant me, through the king's gtace an| yoots, that I may have a teafonable time for rejtoy* tomV f To this we agree/ replied the lords ; afcd If Simon Burley was then èoiiduâed to the Tower. thé accounts of Sir Thomas Trivet and fir Wll* feanr Elmtiam were fterft examined. They word not popular with any of the barons of England, nof with the people, on account of their conduâ: ïà Flanders ; for it was faid no EngKfhmatn had ever made fo fhàmefiil an expedition. The bîftop of Norwich and the governor of Calais^ who at that time was fir Hugh Calverley, had cleared themfelves from any blame i but the charge laid to the twd knights, of taking money for the furrender of Bourbourg and Gravelines, prevented thtm doing the fame; and fome in England wanted to have their conduâ: (which has been before related) con-ffrued into treafon ; and the knights had given fe-curity for their appearance, when called upon, t& the king, his uftcleS and the council This charge was- now renewed, and they wefé fomtnoned before the Commiflioners. Sir Wilfiant fclmham appeared \ but fir Thomas Trivét did not tome, and I • will tell you the caufe. The fame week Ate fumtflrJhs from the comtniffioners was brought m his houfe in the nofth, he had mounted a young horfe, to tty him in the fields. This horfe ran fr#ay vriifi him oter hedge and through bufhes, atid: at length fell into a ditch and broke the knight's neck. It was a pity, and his lofs was much bewail-ed by tfie* good people of England. Notwith- Y 2 (landing


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