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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
page 151



It is for this and the other bufineil I rtienrioned that he is journeying towards London.' ' With fuch conversation did firjbhh' de Grailly entertain^ mé while ' tratvellihg between Rochefter awl -Dàrtfcrd, He^às fie bÉftarà-ft&r'of that gaJhnt* kfti£lft- the ëaptal^de' Buck ï eagerly liftcned to all.lieftTdy afnd treafttéd Mi words in Mf ftémory j1 fer -ï'Wfci^ chiefly- 4nrbfà' company, atidiwith fit Wiiiianirde? Lïfle, thfe whblf way from Leeds caftle to Elthamï '• • Thé king arriveff*: it Elthàm àii * Tueiday. On the Wednefdây, the lords came from all parts. There were the tiuite of Gloc^ft^r; the earls of Derby, Arundel, Northumberland, Kettt, Rutland, the carl marfhal, thearchbifhops of Canterbury and of York, thev bilhops of London and of Winchefter : in fhort, all who had been fummoned arrived at Eltham on iht Thurfdây, by eight o'clock in the morning, * ' ' The parliament was holden in the king's apart-ment, in the prefence of the king, • his uncles and counfcil. • The knights from Gafcony and the deputies from the cities and towns; as well as thofe lent by the duke of Lancafter, were prefent. 1 cannot fay what paffed at this parliament, for 1 wasnot admitted, nor were any but the members of it. It fat for upwards of four hours. When it was over, I renewed my acquaintance after dinner with an ancient knight whom in my youth 1 well knew, when he was of the chamber of king Edward. He was now one of die principal advifere 143


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