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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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arrival they laid them before his majefly. The king took his uncle of Burgundy and the 'chan* cellor afide, to inform them of what Robert the hermit had told him, and to know if it ought to be believed and afted upon. They having looked at each other fome time in file nee, faid they would examine this Robert them ft-1 ves, and then would give him their opinion. Robert was fent for, and, being not far from where thefe fecret councils were held, foon arrived. On his adfniffion, he paid the king and the duke of Burgundy much refpeft j and the king faid, * Repeat once more, very minutely, all that you told me/ * Willingly, fire/ replied Robert. He then detailed all you have before heard of his adventures and vifion, to which they attentively liftcned ; and when he had done, they defired him to leave die chamber, thefe three only remaining together. The king afked the duke of Burgundy what he thought of it: c My lord,' fid he, 4 the chancellor and myfelf will confider of it, and give you our aniVcr to-morrow/ c Very well/ aniwert J the king. The duke and the chancellor con fo! ted a lono time by themfelves on this matter, and on their mode of acting ; for they law the king believed the jwhole, and was deSrous that Robert fhould br added to them as a coinrnuTioner, for he was fo eloquent he converted the hearts of all who heard hi:iw The y at îall rn« Ivcd, that if Robert fhould publicly declare the orders he had received ia his viiion it would be advifeable for him u come to Leuiirghen and explaia :; :;« the 1 jrds of England, and


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