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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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defend it againft king Edward, they would own themfehres fubjeft to the king of England, and never more acknowledge him for their lord. Upon this, the two prelates returned to Scotland, when the Scots ordered fir Robert de Vefci and fir Simon Frazer, with two other knights, to fet off for France, to inform the king of thefe conditions. The king of England, who had remained at Newcalile with his whole army in a very uncomfortable manner, on account of the fcarcity of provifions and other flores, the more readily granted this truce : he immediately fet off homewards, and dif7 miffed all bis troops. The ambaffadors from Scotland to France took their way through England, and croffed the fea at Dover. King David, who had remained feven years in France, knowing that his country had been much defolated, and that his people had fuffered exceedingly, determined to take his leave of the king of France, and return to his own kingdom, to endeavour to comfort and aflift them. He therefore had fet out, accompanied by'his queen, before, thefe ambaffadors arrived, and had embarked at another port, under the guidance of a mariner called fir Richard the Fleming*, fo that he landed in the port of Moray, in Scotland, before any of the lords knew of it | · * Malcolm Fleming of Cummirnald. f David IL, with his confort, Johanna of England, landed, from France, at Inverbervie, in Kincardinefliire, 4th May, 1341.—Annals of Scotland. • CHAP.


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