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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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where he thought he might need it. I heatd, alfo, that the firft payment of fixty thoufand francs, for the ranfom of John of Brittany, was waiting his orders, and the time was now nearly elapfed fcr the receipt of the other fixty thoufand francs. He had, therefore, provided himfelf With money for a long time; ' 4 When duke Albert of Bavaria, Who facs regent of Hahiâûlt, Holland, and Zealand, for hi* brother count William,' then fclive, Was informed that the duke of Ireland had fled from England, and had taken up Ms rèfidence at Bofdrecht, he imfel a while, and thought it improper he fhoûld make .toy long flay there. He had quitted'England M a fa* githre; and liras in the H favour.of bis coufin* die dukes of Yoxk and Gkcefter, t* whom he owed- low and affection: jhe had, htfide, behaved fhamcfnlfy to fcii' duchÉ&fc who' vm the daughter of: his coufiik, tke princeft IfabfeUa of England, . • • In cog&qucnce, he fent sp tell the duke, that ikce lie had difpleaféd his fair coufins of J&glana* and had broken his taivriage, - to eonneft Mmfeif with another woman, he. muft inftantly leave his country and* feek ©their quarters; for lie wouit pever faffer the chike of Ireland to inhabit any town of Ms. ' When be received this order, he was much alarmed left be fbbuld be arretted ap4 gfreri up to his enemies, and humbled himfelf ex« peedingly to tbdfe who brought the order, faying Jiè would cheerfully obey the duke's commands* mi m


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