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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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counfel from none but them. Great danger maw hangs over the country; for if the commons rife, and the nobility be united, much mifchief will enfue. I therefore advife, that you fettle all thefe things by force: you are now in a very populous country : {ffue your fummons for all capable of bearing arms, gentlemen and others, to join you here ; and, when fhey be aflembled, march them under the orders of fbç duke of Ireland, who will gladly take the com-mand, towards London; and let there be no other banners but thofe" with your own arms, to fhew inore diftin&ly the bufmefs is your own. The whol* country, on their line of march, will join them, and perhaps the Londoners alfo, who have no perioral hatred to you, who have never done them any in-jury. All the mifchief that could have been done you has already been effe&ed by your uncles. Here ÏI fir Nicholas Bramber, who has been frequently pap? of London, and whom you created a knight fbr the gallant fervice he performed in former fîmes*: confult him,.for he ought to be well ac-quainted with the Londoners, bekg a fellow-ddzee, pnd muft, likewife, have fome fteady friends among them. You run a rifle of lofing your kingdom from thofe tumultuous and difloyal proceedings.* The king, on this, turned to fir Nicholas Bram-her, and defired him to fpeak* € My lord/ faid fir Nicholas, « fince you command me, I will fpeak py fcntiments before thefe lords, according to the " • Alluding to his çonduQ a( the time Wat Tyler Infultccj {fee frfog m SpnMi&M» S44


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