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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 69



é* , f àrfs. tie èarî of Derby fct Mit Sri gûtàht array, becoming his rank, and took the road to Amiens, where, and in every other toWn, he was hand-fomely received. illi:!! •I! "I • —— I CttAP-tta; TBI COUNT b'oSTREVANT SENDS AMMi5ADOl§ TO THE EARL OF D.ERBY.—THE EÂRL AKm RIVES AT PARIS. ^T^BE momfcrit William eârl of Oftrfcvant, frho • * refided at Quefnoy; heard that his coufin the earl of Derby had crofled the fea, and was at Calais, he ordered fir Ançel de TrafTaguies and fir Fierabras de Vertain to ride thither and wait on the earl, and invite him to Hainault, whither if he pleafed to come and amufe himfelf he would give him a hearty Welcome, for it would be very agreeable to himfelf and his countefs. The two knights obeyed the earl's orders, and rode to Cambray and Bapaumes 5 for they had heard the carl of Derby had left Calais, and taken the road towards Paris through Amiens. They determined, in confèquence, to pufh for-ward, and overtook the earl of Derby on his road, to whom they punctually delivered their meflagc. The earl thanked them, as well as his coufin of Hainault who had fent them, but excufed himfelf for


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