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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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muft be Trefitkn/ and to be Certain of it, he en-" tfered the ale*houfe, and faid to the landlady, f Dame, tell me on your troth who is he drinking above : is he alone or in cbmpjmy?* ' On my troth, fir/ fhe replied, € I cannot tell yoli his name; but he has been here fome tirtie/ At thefe words, the fquire went up flairs, to know the truths and, having felutçd fir Robert, found hfe was right, though he diflfembled by faying, «^4 God preferveyou,mafter 1 1 hope you will not take my coming amifs, for I thought you had been one of my farmers ft5m EfTes, as you are fo very like Mm/- * By no meafts,* faid fir Robert : «Iam from Kent, and hold lands of fir John Holland, and wifh to lay my complaints before the council againft the tenants ôf the archbifhop of Canterbury, trho encroach much on my farm.* * If you will corhe ihto the hall,* fàid the, fquirfej 61 will have way made for you to lay yoiir.grievafcces before the lords.* 1 Many thanks/ replied fir Robert : € not at this moment, but I • fhall not renounce your af-fiftance.* At thefe words, the fquire ordered a quart of ale, tirhich having paid for, he faid, « God be wifh you !* and left the ale-houfe* He loft no time in haftening to the côUncil-chamberj and called to the ufher to open the door* " The ufher, knowing Mm, afked his bufinefs: he faid, 1 he muft inftantly fpeak with the duke of Glocefter, on matters that nearly concerned him and the council** The ulher, on thii, bade him ehtet"* which he did, and made up to thé duke of Glocefter, faying, 4 My lord, I bring you great news.* c Of what?* replied the Zz * duke* 339


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