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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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duke. f Mj lord, I wll teD it abnd ; for it con-earns not only you but all the lords prefent. 1 have fern fir Robert Trcfllian, difguifed like a pea-fant, io an ale-houfe clofe by the palace gate.'; «. Tréfila» f laid the duke. t On my faith/ my lord, € it is true ; and you fhall have him to dine with you, If yon pleafe/ 41 fhould Ike it much,9 replied the duke ; € for he will tell m fome news of Mf mafter, the duke of Ireland. Go, and fecure Mm; but with power enough not to be IN danger of fiufcg/ The fquire, on thefe orders, left the council* chamber? and, having chpfen four bailiffs, faid to them,—9 Follow me at a diHance ; mod, m foon as you fhall perceive me make you a fign to araeft a man I am in fearch of, lay hands on him, and take care he do not, on any account, efcape front you/ The fquire made fi»r tbe ak4ioufe where he hadleft fir Robert, and, mopping the ftak-cafe to the loom where he was, faid on entering,—* TrefiKari, you are not colxie to this country for any good, as I imagine: my lord of Cioceier fends for you, and you muft come and fpeak with him/ "He knight turned a deaf ear9 and would have been excufed, if he could, by faying, I am not TféfiEan, but a tenant of fir John Holland/ «Hat is not true/ replied the fquire ; your body is Ts* Mian's, though not your drefs/ And, making the fignal to the taiKffs, who were at the door, they en* tered the hou%and arrefted him, and* wrheSÉcf Jie would or not, carried him to the palace. You may believe there was a great crowd to 4ee/M«i § for be - " . was * «40


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