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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
page 358



and Scots lords who had been at the conferences at Leulingheni, that I made acquaintance with ' fir William de Melun, who related to me all their transactions, and that the count de St. Pol had' palTed over to England, to Vifit his brother-in- ' law, king Richard, and to have the trace con-firmed, which was to laft for three years ; but he faid he would be here at all events to partake of the feafts^ I afked fir William, • what lords the Scots had fent to the conference; for that in my younger days I had been in Scotland, as far as the Highlands, and as at that time I was at the court of king* David, ' I was acquainted with the greater part of the nobility of that country/ He told me,€ that the bifhop of Aber-deen, fir James and fir David Lindfay, and fir Walter Sinclair, were the commiflioners for Scot-land*.' . All this I carefully remembered, that I might enregifter it in my chronicle, with all I fhould fee or hear at this grand feaft of queen Ifabella's entry, the arrangement of which was as follows. * TheScots commiflioners art evidently wrong. The fineft MS. in the Britiih Mufeuzn has fir Archibald and fir William Lindfay, and fir John Sinclair. But in Bymer there is mention only made of the cardinal of Glafgow and bifhop of Dunkeld. 351 • . CHAP


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