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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.1

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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.1
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that he could die but once ; that the time was in the will of God j and that all true knights were bound to aid, to the utmoft of their power, all ladies and damfels driven from their kingdoms comfortiefs anfi forlorn. CHAP. IX. QUE^N ISABELLA ARRIVES IN ENGLAND WITH SIR JOHN DE HAINAULT. ^JpHUS was fir John de Hainault ftrengthened and encouraged in his refolution. He earneftjy entreated the Hainaulters to be at Halle, the Brabanters at Breda, the Hollanders (of whom he had a few) at Dordrecht, and the Bohemians at Gertruidenberg, by a fixed and limited day. The queen of England took leave of the earl and couptefs, thanking them much for the honour and entertainment they had fhown her, and kifled them at her departure. The queen, her fon, and fuite, fet off, accompanied by fir John, who with great difficulty had obtained his brother's permiffion. He faid to him, when he took his leave, € My dear ioîd and brother, I am young, and believe that God has infpired me with a defire of this enterprise for my advancement j I alfo think and believe for certain, that this lady and her fon have been driven from their kingdom wrongfully and finfully. If it is for the honour and glory of God, and of the world, to comfort the afflifited and opprefied, ho ^ much more fo is it, to help and fuccour one of C 4 foçh


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