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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 196



him fecredy how he had fuccecdcd with his uncle of Gbceftcr, and Robert told him truly all that had paffed, ' • The king knew well that the duke of Glocefter would never willingly4 agree to à peace with France, from his preference to war : he therefore paid much greater court, and fhewed more affec-tion - to his other uncles of Lancafter and York, and to other prelates and barons of England, who he thought would ferve him. Robert the hermit, having been m month or more in England, began to make preparations for his departure. When he took leave of the king and lords, the king made him very rich prefents, out of love to the king q( France, as did the dukes of Lancafter and York, the carls of Hunt-ingdon and Salifbury, and fir Thomas Percy., The king had him efcorted as far as Dover, where he embarked, and landed at Calais : he then jour-neyed on to Paris, where he found the king and queen of France, and his uncles, to whom he feithfully related the detail of his journey, and the good cheer die king of England had made him. MeflTengers were almoft daily paffing from one king to the other, with the moft friendly letters from each. The king of England was very im-patient to fuccecd in his marriage with the daughter' of the king of France, who, op his fide, had an afFe&ion for it, as he did not fee how he could more nobly marry her. 181 CHAP.


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