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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 157



Uê btifincfs tkts mmmmê, fcllc^ttef llit^lii dufcc of Glocefter being deftrcd «o give Ml ttpiâkm, be faid, it would bç a ftrong meàferë m take frotta the king a gift that-he-had madt with the ufiam** mous confent of his Council, anfd that had beet* invefted with every legal form, becaufe his filbjtftf were rebellious ; that: the king Was not londfcf aft inheritance if he could nôt difpôfe . of it ;âfc he pfcïfed. Some commented on thi* fjietfth, whilf others had the courage to fey the anfwer was not realbnable* though they dared rçot contradict it # for the tluke of Glocefter was much feared;: ' - • f ' The earl of Derb,-few «f'thè'4uieb»of• Lan-cafter, added, c Good ûnfcle, you have #tll%al»n| and juftly explained the matter, alid^# Support what you have - faid. * Tfce council on this begat* to ftjkmte, -and" to murftfur ené to«a§pÉéîî but they did pot call in the envoys frotn Gtiyéhftô, hot thdfe/fr&hihè^duke^'taicifter.-fi-iiLIv.', • /; -"'•Here 'tM'M tt^hr-ttftkd ^'ùéay^Ûâàni but! learnt tfeiri-htnf* àfer«frfds, that ^vstheta thé kmjf1 lieard • this, he diflembfctlf hfr ttjliafonj widf the intfehtkm ofagain:fufnm6nâèg his netmptl affect dinnfciy-to !k*i## if'~afiy; mkafatttf ibie^fo the idriuitît^e of *àe _ crôWnî IlkbiflA/bt ii%i»4 "« if any thing'fbthét ftouià fcrtfoifc tfgfdpe&rt Aquitaine. • ' ; 1 n^ ' -f'?": . The king, made tic irthbllhcfi ofQwéànàf. fy&k on the bufinefe of-his- rnarri^e, ai he had ordered him Tri the morning, aftd-Wh& tftaapld be fttït m France, -for he was very carneft that this matter fhotttd be accottpaOieOj: k hfcd before L3 been


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