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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 94



chap. mo. *H* AWSWBE THM DURE OF LANCASTER GIVES. TBI KNIOHT WHO HAD BEEN SENT TO HIM BY THE EAUX» Of DERBY} TO REQUEST HIS PER-MISSÎOH TO JOIH THfc EXPEDITION AOAIKST • . THE TURKSIWtHE DEATH Of THE PURE Of . ' LANCASTER. " fent by; the earl of Derby to the duke of LM&fter, had received anfwers to the letters he Jiad l^rought, and had vifiied all the cafties of the carl hi3 lord, and waited on, his four fons and twa daughters* who had remained in England* im took • leave and returned to France* The. anfwér from the duke of Lancaftçr was* that he would not advifc his fon to go into Hun-gary, fauti wheji tirçd of France, to vifit Caftille and Portugal, iad amufe himfelf at the courts of his brothers-in-law and fillers. The carl of Derby read thefe letters twice over, and mufed fome; pme on their contents. Hjs knight told him in confidence that the duke of Lancafter's phyficians-and forgeons had affured him the duke laboured, under fo dangerous a difeafe it muft foqn. çaufe his death. This information made the earl give over all thoughts of travelling further. He remained m- [M the chevalier Binorth, who had been • G 4 Paris


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