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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 361



CBAÊ LV. : fm BtJKE Of IRELAND SENDS TflttfeE kNrOïïfS Td LONDON TO LEARN INTELLIGENCE.—THÉ DtffcES OF YORK AND OLOCÊStÈft TAKE TÉÊ tlELD AGAINST THE DUKE OF IRELAND AND MtS A*MY« j WILL HO# % fomething of the duke of Ire-land, who had fixed his quarters at Oxford. He had indeed fifteeÉ thoufand men, but the greater paft had joined him more through conftraint than good will. The duke, to found the Londoners} re-folved to fend thither fir Nicholas Brambet, fir Peter Gouloufre and fir Michael de la Pole : they wefe td enter the town by the Thames, and to hoift the king's flag, and obferve how the citizens; on feeing it, would aft. Thefe three knights, in compliance with the duke's ordefs, left Oxford with only thirty horfe, and rode fecretly tç Windfor, where they lay that night. On the morrow, they crofled the Thames at the bridge of Staines, and dined in the king's pa-lace at Shene, where they remained until late in the evening, when they departed and rode for another of the king's palaces'alt Kennington, nearer London, three leagues diftant, where they, left their horfes, and, having entered boats, took advantage of the tide, and paffed through London-bridge unobferved, for 54»


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