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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
page 65



CHAP. VU fMl EAfeL OF ftlkBYj lîf èôNSÉ^IKéÉ Ô# fffl BANISHMENT, LEAVES ENGLAND *»0R FRAN et» «—THE BAâL MARSHAL, in obedience ?à HIS SENTENCE, GOES f* f LAN ÔlitSj ANJj TH1NCÇ INTÇ I,OMBAfcpYt \ 1/HEN the two mh Beard thè fentencç the ¥ 1 king had paflèd on them, they were much caft down, and hot without caufe. The earl mar-fhal bitterly repented what he had faid aftd done, but he could not fbrefee its confequences \ |e had firmly relied on being otherwife fupported bf the king than he was, or he would not have thought of it. It was, however, neceflary tp çrçake hk preparations for banifhment. Jf ç fettled the pay-ments of his income through the Lombards of Bruges, and, quitting Eoglanc^ arrive^ art Calais, where he had been governor. fîe ffâid therç a fhort time, • to receive part of Ms equipage which had been left behipd. " ' ' ' On his departure, he took leave of the townfrtiert of Calais, and* having fixed his route, would not go to France nor Hainatdt, for he had not any bufinefs at thefe places, but went to Bruges, whert he llaid fifteen days. On leaving this town, he vifited Ghent, Mechlin, Louvain, St. Tron, Utrecht, Aix and Cologne; where we will leave him, and fpeak of the earl of Derby^ 9*'


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