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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 189



when all bufinefs relative m the country i$ fettled. At the meeeing of this parliament the duke of Lancafter returned from Bordeaux, whither he had been fent as duke of Aquitaine, for the inhabit tants had refufed to receive him in that quality. But I have mentioned thefe things before, and fhall therefore fay no more on the fubjeéh The duke of Lancafter, on his return to England, was well received by the king and lords, as was right, mi they difcourfed on various bufinefs together. As ibon as it was known in France that the duke of Lancafter was in England, the king and his council refolved to fend thither Robert the hermit, with credential letters to the king of Eng-land, who was délirons of feeing him ; and that, when,he Ihould come back to France, the eount de Saint Pol would go thither, Robert the hermit would be well received by the king and lords pf England, who would cheer-fully attend to all he' (hould relate of the affairs of Syria, Tartary, of Bajazet and Turkey, where he Jiad refided a long time i for of fuch matters the Englifh lords .are very curious. Robert was or-dered to make his preparations for going to Eng-land, which much pleafêd him, faying he would willingly go thither, as it was a country he had never feen. Credential letters were given him from the king of France to king Richard and to his uncles. Ro-bert left Paris with his array of only feven horfes, (but all his expenfes, as was j.uft, were Q be paid N3 • ' b£ 181


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