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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.12

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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.12
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feaj already travelled to Pruflia, die Holy Se-pulchre, Cairo and Saint Catherine's, he will find. other places to vifit. He has two lifters, queens of Caftille and of Portugal, and may cheerfully pafs his time with them. The lords, knights and fquires of thofe countries, will • make him wel-come,, for at this moment all warfare is at an cpd. On his arrival in Caftille, as he is very ac-tive, he may put them in motion, and lead them againft the infidels of Granada, which will employ bis time better than remaining idle in England. Or he may go to Hainault, where his coufin, and brother in arms, the count d'Oftrevant, will be happy to fcp him, and gladly entertain him, that he may aflifthim in his waragainft the Frieflanders. If he go to Hainault, he can have frequent intel-ligence from his own country ^ and children. He therefore cannot fail of doing well, whitherfoever he goes; and the king may fpeedily recal him, through means of the good friends he will leave behind, for he is the fincft feather in his cap $ and he muft not therefore fuffer h;m to be too long ?bfent, if hp wph to gain the love of his fubjeéts. c The earl marfhal has had hard treatment, for |ic is banifhed-without hope of ever being fecalled ; but, to fay the truth, he has deferved it, for all this mifchicf has been caufed by . him and his fpolilh talking: tie muft therefore pay for it.* Thus converted many Englifh knights with each other, the day the king pafled fentence on the earl of perby and the earl marfhal. ÇHAP» 51 .


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