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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 362



tit" end "lief may cafl! me deaf. Yen a?é èônnd^ therefore, by every tie, to give your bef advice* fihee I tcquite it froth you/ When the dukes of Lancafter and df Yofk heard their nephew thus addrefs them, and faw that he was ill great tegUifh of heart ; knowing, at the âme dme, thftt;the greater part of what he had faid #as ftri&ty tfne; they replied*—* My lord* have a litde patience, and wait a fhort dme before you make ail? rafh refolutions. We know that ottf bfother (tf Glocefter hâk the rftoft pîtfliônate and wrong-headed temper of any man in Eng-land i but he CannOt do more than man, and, if he work one way, we will counteract him another : yim need not feâr dur brother fo long as you fhall fdfow our advice. - ' He talks fréquèndy bf things he cannot execute % âhd neither he nir his abettors can break th« tfwe which has been figned, nor confine you in any càftle è wë will never filler it, nul- that yo» bè fepâteted from the queen ; for, if he ioiagine fuch things, he deceives himfelf- We therefore hUmWy beg ydu wU be appeafed, for, pleafc God, every thing fhall end wcl. Many things may be faid that cannot be executed, and all mfckh a mm thinketh doth net come to paft/ By fiieh méàsAy thé dukes calmed the king's mind ; btft as they foreft* that public affairs vfould, from thfeif bid management, tauffe trou* lies in 'the real*, and tlat the hatred between their nephew mà brother wa* daily increafing, to amid Being calfed upon by either party, they left M Uâg% touftfold frith their femles, taking w * leave


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