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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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without making any new demand, for the deputies from the majority of the principal towns were con-tented with the anfwer. There were fome who would have rejoiced to have feen the meeting end differently, though they did not fhew it openly. The duke of Glocefter returned to his caftle of Plefhy, perceiving that this time he was disap-pointed in his expectations, and was conftantly de-viling means of exciting difturbances in England and caufing a rupture with France, In this at-tempt, he was joined by the. uncle of his duchefs, the earl of Arundel, who was defirous of war above all things ; and they had fuccefsfully prac-tifed with the carl of Warwick, fo that he obeyed (heir wills. The king of England had two brothers by his mother's fide; the eldeft Thomas carl of Kent; the youngeftv a valiant knight, fir John Holland mrl of Huntingdon, and chamberlain of England. The laft was married to a daughter of the duke of Lancafter; .and it was he who had killed the carl of Stafford7* fon, as has been mentioned in this hiftory. The iffue of the earl of Stafford was a young fquire, who was under the protedion and wardfhip of the duke of Glocefter. The earl of Huntingdon refided chiefly at the court of his brother the king of England, and? was better acquainted than any other with the in-trigues of the duke of Glocefter, from the private inquiries he made into his conduft. He was much afraid of the duke, for he knew him to be proud, cruel and paffionate: he nourifhed his enemy under ,340


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