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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.10

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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.10
page 165



' 156 the fooner forwarded on his journey. This fuc« xeeded ; for fir John ordered him an immediate paflage to Dover, whence, on having his horfe put on fhore, he continued his road to London, and there arrived in a day and a half. He wat fortunate to find the king, his two uncles of Lancafter and York, with the council, at the palace of Weftminfter, confidering the affairs of Northumberland, and what force tjiey fhould fend thither, for the Scots no way obferved the truce. The meffenger from Aymerigot having intrufted the fubjeft of his coming to the mafter of the inn where he put up, he conduced him to Weft-minfter, and procured him admiflion to the duke of Lancafter,- who had arrived before, the other çounfellors, and was in the prefence-chamber. He prefented the duke with the letter addreffed to him, who, having opened and read it, took the meffenger afide tQ learn thç caufç of his arrival. The varlet related to him every particular where-with Aymerigot had charged him* The duke, having heard him, alked if he had more letters. He replied, 1 One far the king, and another for the council/ € It is well,' anfwered the duke ? * I will obtain for you an audience/ and gave orders to one of his attendants to take care of him. The duke entered the council-chamber, and, when he faw a favourable opportunity, mentioned the arrival of Aymerigot *s meffenger: by his motion, the varlet was introduced, and prefented his letters tQ


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