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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 370



• • . • CHAP* ; LVII. • ... TH£ OF IRELAND. WITH SOME OF H IS COM- PANIONS ESCAPES INTO HOLLAND.'—TH? ARCH-BISHOP OF CANTERBURY IS SENT BY THE DUK£S :OF YjpBK AND OLOCESTEi^TO TREJLT WITH THE KING*?—HE CONDUCTS HIM WITH ( HONOUR TO IO**D0N* . . • :" . I WILL now fey what became of the duke of 'Ireland, sir-Peter Goutoufre and fir Michael' de la 'Pole', on the day; on which they had, like their army,' fared themfelves by flight. In truth, this,was wifely ^done; for, had they been taken, they would h*vrebeen put to death without mercy, f* dô not believe they fied to the king at Briftol : if they did^ they madei no long ftayr but haftened out of England as quickly as they could. • I heard that they. ' rode through . GarKflç to Edinburgh, where they, embarked on board a veflêl bound for Holland and the Tex^l, and landed at Dordrecht. They were much rejoiced:at thus being in a place of fafety ; and it was.told me, that ihe duke of Ireland had, for a. long .rime before, made large depofits of money at Bruges, by means of the Lorn-bards* to be prepared for every, event1; for though he knew his power over A\t king of England, he was much afraid of the iiobles and the people. During his profperityrhe had made very ample provifi (ion éfr dioftey. in^Fèantïèrfc - ataxia'lodlear placesj 357


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