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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 358



particularly fi dread* for ym have before wk* Jttflèd how near yo*i were to deftmftioii, when a% few wicked perfons rebelled, but were feverely punifhed .for. it : depend qpon it, that when the people are wicked, neither juftice nor truth will ; be attended fo/. : • Thefe fpeeches appealed the citizens, who were ;tqlerably contented with wh# they had • heard. Having taken leave Qf the kpg,, they departed, on their return to London. - , The king remained at Eltham, very melancholy at the words he had heard. He retained near his perfon his two brothers, and fuch of his friends ai • he had the grcateft confidence in * for he began to doubt the afièâion of his uncles, from obferving they now chiefly refided at their country feats. He was, in confequence, very fufpicious of them, -efpecially of the duke of Glocefter, whom he feared more than the dukes of Lancafter and York, .and.kept up a conftant guard, night and day, of* one thoufand archets. . \ % Tke king of England had received pofirive in* formation that the duke of Glocefter and the earl of Arundel had plotted to fcize his perfon, and " that of the queen, and carry them to a ftroog" caftle, where they fhould be confined under proper guards, but allowed fufficiendy for their table and other neçeflary expenfes. That four regents fhould be appointed over the kingdom, of whom the dukes of Lancafter and York were to be the chief, and have under them the government qf all the northern parts, from the Thames to the


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