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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 361



mc bow to aft. - 1 am daily informed that your v brother, the duke of Glocefter, and the earl of Arundel, with others, are determined to feiçe and confine me in one of their caftles, and that the Londoners will join them. Their plan is to allow k me a fufficiency for my ftate, but to feparate mj * queen from me, who is but a child, and daughter . to the king of France, and fend her to fome other place of confinement. Now, my dear un* cles, fuch ' cruel aiSts as thefe muft not be differed, if they can be prevented. You have paid me homage, and fworn obedience to me as your fo-vereign, in the prefence of your lord and father, * king Edward, and my grandfather of happy me-mory, at the fame rime with the other barons and prelates of the realm. It is now twenty years fince this was done j audi entreat you, therefore, from the love you bear me, and on the oaths you have • taken, that you afBft me on this occafion % for every thing allures me the duke of Glocefter only defircs that war be renewed with France, in fpite of the truces which ytu, with.us and all England, have fworn to obferve. In confederation of this was my marriage concluded with the daughter of the king of France, and we wifh to obferve every article of the treaty moft pun&yally,, You know alfo, that whoever attempts to infringe this truce: if ill commit A crime, and be liable to corporal -punifhment, as well as confiscation of goods :: you likewife know, that I have borne with your bro» ther, my uncle of Glocefter, as much at I have been able, and m»dc light of his menaces^ but in Aaj the 35?


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