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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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for the watch -had not any Mpfciofif of tfcetr arrival. ' They entered the Tower of London, and found the governor whom the king had appointed* Front him they learnt many things relative to the kimg'i unties, and what was paffing in London* lie told them, they had run great rifles in coming to Mm* c How fo? laid they. ' We are knights attached to the king's perfon, and may furely lodge owv felves in any of his eafUes/ 'You wall not find things fb,' anfwered the governorj 'for though this town and all within-it are willing to fubqrft themfelves to the obedience of the king, they wil only do fo as long as he will allow himfelf to .be go* verned by his uncles, and no longer* What I fell you k for your welfare.; ani I am bound to advife you, as far as my abilities and understanding will enable me ; for I fufpeft that when day fhall retstm tomorrow, if k pleafe God, and news get abroad that there are arrived in the Tower perfbns. m She part of the king, you will fee this caftle befiegpedhy the citizens on all fides, who will not depart until theyhtave gained admittance and have feen who are here lodged. Should they find you, they, willicarry yon to the king's uncles, and youmay guefs what will be therefult* lam fatisfied they are ft* much enraged againft the duke of Ireland, and the other advifers erf the king, that if once they lay hold ot you, yon wiHL never efcape with life* Con&der i what I have faid, for it is all true.' The three knights, who thought they- fhould do wonderi, woreinde^iur si; what they heard; thef m


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