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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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We, «$ liai jitp fer his kind fgeeeïu end irai ttcll nodœdby hi*, Ir Thomas Pcrcfr aid fir Wi-Biam de lifle, #ho carried mit to the king1! chamber, ivheit 1 wat introduced to him-fay hit uncle, the duke of York. ' • . - The king received me grackftfly arid kïédlj j he took all the letters 1 prcfented to him* and, kivîig read them attentively, faid I was welcome* and that fine* I had belonged to thehoufehold trf the late Mag md queen* hisgftud&thtr and-grandi mother, I muft confider myfeif till, as of the r$yal htufehedd of England. Thb day I did not vStt him the hook I had brought ; for fjr Thorn* petty mid Ac If, was not m fit onxkttnitft « hè* was much occupied with ferious bufineô. - . • The council was deeply engaged bri twofub* jeftss firft, m refpeft to the mgMkam witk France, to treat of a marriage between the Mag end the lady Ifabclb, eldeft daughter to the king of France, who at that time was about eight years old, The arobft&dw appointed to make this profx&l m Prance, write tic etri • of laMiii4 cwfa-jgawian m 4ht king, die carl ' intrfhftl, die archbtfhop of Dublin, the. Wiwp of Lye, the lord CBfibfldt lord Beamnoftt, lopiHu#i Spenoerj and fevend others*. . • Sm ùm Fcpdw jbr full pajriqpta, Tfhr ^mb^dq^ we the archhitoop of Dublin, tht hifhqp of Stint BpL?ià% Aeettl of Rutland, tie carl inarihai and fir Wiiiam Sccopi. They wqp* *6 pfopofetflba fliarrfege between the emrf of RnCjL laud and the youngeft daughter of the king of France. The inftroâions to thefe ""htfladgri ate dated « Leeds m^m^f^f July 1395 K J Secondly^ 181


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