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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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of Saint Berth*, great were the Réparations ta receive'the royal vifitors. . . The ief&on of parliament, which ufualiy lifts forty days, and is held in the king's palace at Weftminfter, was now abridged, for the king at* tended it only five days : when the bufinefs x£tht nation, and what particularly interfiled the king, and had citifcd his .return from Calais, was fettled, he and his two uncles of Lancafter and Glocefter, and the members of his council, fet out from London, and crofled the fea to Calais. The duke of York and the eari of Derby did not attend the kingf but remained behind to guard England in, his abfence. - Information was inftandy fent to the French tarda in Pkardy of the king of England's return to Ca-lais i and the duke and duchefs of Burgundy came to Saint Omer, and fixed%their refidence in the abbey of Saint Bertin. The king of France fent die count de Saint Pol t» king Richard, as foon as he heard of his arrival at Calais, to compliment hint in his name, and to lay before him the orders which- had been given for the ceremoy of his marriage. The king of England eagerly liflened to this, for he took much pieafure in the bufinefs. The count de Saint Pol, on his return to Saint Omer, was accompanied by the duke of Lancafter, his fcn Beaufort of Lancafter, the duke of Gfo* oefter, with his fon Humphrey, the earl of Rut-land, the eari tnarfhal, the earl of Huntingdon, • Saint jtertio,—an abbey in the city of Saint Omer. chamber- 281


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