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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 363



leave of the king for a confiderable time, and re* tired to their different caftles. The duke of Lan-Cafter carried with him his duchefs, who had been Ibme rime the companion of the young queen of England- They took this opportunity of hunting flags and deer as is the cuftom in -England, and the king remained with his attendants in and about London. They afterwards, however, greatly re-pented having left the king; for fuch things fliortly happened as troubled the whole king* dom, which would not have been done had they remained with the king, for they would have mora prudently advifed than foch counfelbrs as he fif«% fened to. * " There was not one of the king's ferrants that did not fear the duke - of Glocefter, -and wife his death, no matter by what means. That gallant and loyal knight fir Thomas Percy had been for a long time fteward of the houfehold, and aH the accounts pafled officially through his hands. He noticed with grief the hatred that fubfifted between the king and the duke of Glocefter, and. other great barons of England. Although he was beloved by ai, he fbrefaw, ike a man of understanding, " that public affaira would end badly, and in confequence refigned hia office into the king's hands in the moft honour* able manner he could, and requefted permiffion to retire, which the king very -unwillingly con-tented to. He gave fuch plaufible radons-* for hit nrqueft that another was eftablifhed m his place, and fir Thomas Pcay went to to own eftate, where At 4 " te


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