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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.9

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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.9
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ttteflferigers, and that his paffport fhould be par-ticularly made out, • otheHVife thé duke would5 hot quit Utrecht ; for he kiiew he was in thé iîf graces ttf the lord de CoUcy, (whd was i great baron, and of high birth in Frttoce) arid not Without caufe, fori to ' fey the truth* he had tëry éjandaloûfîy treated his duchëfs* thé daughter of thé lûtâ ie dotltfy. ïhis* cëtttrinly War the prfabipaï reitfoh that had Mated Mi Character iti FrSnéé arid elfewhere ; for he' #a# there is much hated: and dèfpifed' as iti Eng-land. When- this matter fas- dtfctirfed M the edutieii of France* the lttrd dé CoUéy ftrohgly oppofed it; but they gàvè lo many reafofts fat tiie advantages that might be reaped frota the duke's coming, as td induce hiiii to yield : in-deed, as the king Willed it, he could not fay inofe. The king, being young, was defirous to fee the duke of Ireland * becaufe he had been told he Iras a gallant kriight* and that the king df England's1 love for him had been unbounded; À knight and clerk, who was one of thé km'g$i notaries, were fent to féek him. . • The duke of Ireland was very much aÉbftîftied ivheii hé ûdk heard the king of France wifhed to fee him, and had many ideas what could be the titefe of it. Having cmifidered'thé' paffiert, fee fotmd he might fafely go to the king in Franeé?,: ted return to Utrecht when hepleafed. He there-ftÉé left Utrecht, in company with thofe who had ftaefffentltar him* and cctatmnediiisjourney until he f44


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