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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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tîrne as his true heritage—I alfo hope and mean to keep poifeffiori of it, and ihall do every thing in my power for that end. 4 1 ihall requeft of you, that you would have the goodnefs to entreat the king, whofe fifter we have married, that he would allow us to enjoy the fame liberties as our anceftors have done, and to keep what our father won and held peaceably all his life ; and that he would not liften to any evil councellors ; for, if any other prince Ihould wifh to do us wrong, he ought to aid and defend us, from the love he muft bear to his lifter, our queen.' The ambafladors replied, € Sir, we have well . heard your anfwer, and will report it to the king, our lord, in the manner you have told it to us.' They then took their leave, and returned to their king, to whom this anfwer was not very agreeable. He fummoned to a parliament to be holden at London, barons, knights, and councellors,.from the chief towns in the kingdom, to have their advice in the prefentftate of affaire. - During the term of parliament, the lord Robert of Artois arrived ia England, difguifed as a merchant. The king received him very kindly, appointed him one of his councellors, and affigned to him the earldom of Richmond, which had belonged to his anceftors *. When * This feeme to be a confiderable miftake ; for the earldom ©f Richmond, according to Dugdale, had been in the family of the dukes of Britany a long time. VW I. H « In


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