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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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^Vcfy Week, five hundred golden crowns for his expenfes, which his people were moft punctually paid. On the firft mention of this expedition, the cart of Derby eagerly liftened to it ; for hejelt Jiimfclf under great obligations to the king c£ France*, and was Unwilling to be a charge on him longer, He likewife thought that he Ihould gain honour by going to Hungary, and that it would make the time of his banifhment the fooner pafs away. : He confulted his confidential fervants, who tdvifed him to undertake it, but firft to folicit die eonfent of his father the duke of Lancafter. The earl, in confequence, fent to England the knight netreft his perfon, to learn the pleafure of •Ms father, and how he would advife him to aft* When the knight, whofe name was Dinorth*, ar-rived at London, he heard the duke of Lancafter Was at his caftle of Hertford, about twenty miles from London, whither he went, and related to tiim the earl of Derby's wifh to join the expedi-tion to Hungary. When the duke had heard all he had to fay, he was well contented with the ftate of his fon, and bade him welcome, adding, f that what he had faid, and the letters he had brought, demanded confideration: You will reft yourfelf here while we deliberate on the fubjeft ; and, in the mean time, you muft fee my fon's children to give them news of their father, and carry in* telligence of them to him, for that he will expeft • Dinorth. The MSS. have Da Rock. %if not Dp» mocke. G a ' '83


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