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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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nor Ac mufic of the town, but with tears and la-mentations. Some of the knights who attended him whifpered each other—c See the conduft of the people : how readily they complain for trifles 1 Whoever is inclined to ftir up the Londoners agaioft the king may foon eSeét it, and forcé the king to leek another country, and the earl of Derby to remain: but this is not the moment, for, fince my lord of lancafter fuffers it, we muft be patient.4 ' . The mayor of London and feveral of the. prin-cipal citizens, accompanied the earl of Derby as far as Dartford : fome even rode to Dover with him, and remained in his company until he cm-barked on board, the veflèl that was to convey him to Calais, when they returned to their homes. The earl of Derby, before his arrival at Calais, had fent a knight and herald to the king of France, and to the dukes of Orleans, ' Berry, Burgundy and Bourbon, to know if it were agreeable to them that he fhould fix his refidence in Paris, pay-ing punctually for all that Jie or his people might want, and if the court would receive him. The king of France, his brother and uncles, readily complied with his requeft, and apparently feemed very glad that he would come there -, for, as they allured the knight, they very fincerely felt for the prefent difgrace of the earL The knight and herald, on their return, met the earl at Calais i and the king of France had fent with them fir Charles de Hangiers, to have all the cities and towns opened to the Englifh as they travelled to Paris. 61


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