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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.11

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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.11
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mMk to the fhrine of the feint, that he might pray to God t;q alleviate this cruel aifli&ion. of the king. A fimilar offering was npdç to S^nt fjenqier in Refais who has the reputation of cpfing piadncfs, *apd wherever there were faints th*£ were fuppofçd to have efficacy, fay their pnytn p God, in fcck diforders, thither were Jfent ©ffrifgs from the king, with much cerç» mony and devotion, When this event was known in England, t|# krçig and lords were greyly concerned thereat. The duke of Lancafter efpccially teftified his for-row, and faid to the knights near his pcrfon,— f On my faith, it is a great pity, for he (hewed MntMf a man of courage, with ftrong inclina-tions to do good. When I took leave of him at Amiens, he faid,—f Fair coufin of Lancafter, I earneftly entreat you will exert yourfelf to the ut-inoft of your power that there may be a fold pence between the king of England, your nephew* and «yfelC and between our kingdoms : we may then march a powerful army againft this Amuimt, who has conquered the kingdom of Armenia from its lawful monarch, and who intends to dcttroy aU Christendom, that we may exalt our faith, as we are bounden fo to do.' f Now,* added fhe duke, c there is an end to this, for he wiH never again have that confidence he before enjoyed pit in àînt.1 f That is true enough,* faid Aofc wio heard him, f and the Mngdom of France ftems fkdy to fill into much trouble** CHAT. . 3*


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