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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 359



Type, aadayfoastfacTweed^thttluitfby Berwick* comprehending all Northumberland, and the bor-ders of Scotland. The duke of Gloccûcr wp to have for his government London, Effat, tpd th# part of the country to the mouth of the Cumber, lad Ukewife all the cojaft from the Thmnet m the water of Southampton* and weftward cpmpfeh##-ing Cornwall. The earl of Arundel waj to havp Suflex,. Kent, Surry, Bcrkfbirc, and all the coq&r try from the Thames to Briftoi, and the rivçf Severn, that divides England from Wa|e$f wherp there are very extenfive Jordlbîps, with power of punching by death all offenders. But their chic* defign was to find out fome means of re-kindling the war with France j and, if the king of France wtfhcd to have his daughter again, it might be done, for fhe was ftill very young, rçot more chap eight years and a half old, and, perchance, whef lie was marriageable, fhe might repent of tkk conne&ion* for fhe WAS innocently, and without her being able to judge for herfclf, married, and, befide, it was unjuft to break off her nwffh witfc the heir of Brittany ; but fhould fhe wife to abide by her marriage, fhe would in juftice rçjn^in queer* of England, and enjoy her dower, but fie fhould never be the companion of the king of England* Should the king die before fhe wa* ?f a proper age, fbc was to be fent back to France. Thefe were the plans that had been concerted by many of the Englifh, particularly thç Lon* doners, for they hated the king, and fcveral now repented they had checked the mobs which attacked A a 2 ' London


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