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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 176



CHAP. 3CXY. THE DUKE pF LANCASTER IS ORDERED BACK FRQM AQUITAINE. KING RICHARD RfcCEJVES A FRIENDLY ANSWER TO THE PROPOSALS HIS AMBASSADORS HAD MADE TO THE KING OF " FRANCE FOR A MARRIAGE BETWEEN HIM AND TH| LADY ISABELLA^ PRINCESS Of FRANCE. T RPMfipNEP in the hpufehpld of the king of ** England as long as I pleafed : but I was not always in the fame pl^ce, for the Icing frequendy clanged hi$ abodç. He went to Eftham, Leeds-aftle, Kingfton^ Shene, Chertfey and Windjbr s nppp very far from London, I w#s told for truth, that the king and his coun-cil had written to the duke of Lancafter to return to England, for thofe from Aquitaine had boldly declared they would not fubmit to any other lord but the king of England. This had been deter-mined on by fo large a majority of the council that the duke of Gloccfter, anxious as he was to keep his brother out of England, could not pre-vail that the gift the king had made him fhould be perfevered in. The whole council were fearful of the confe-rences : they were perfectly aware of what the deputies from Gafcony had meant by their ipeeches ; for they declared, - that ihould ' the t- . . « duchy m


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