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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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Park, at the hôtel de Cliflbn wHch had been pre-pared for him and his attendants. He frequently vifited the king, the duke of Orleans and their uncles, who entertained him handfomely. The eirl was fb fenfible of their atteiicms that he fm& tô the king of France,*—c My lord, you pay me fb much honour and courtefy, and give me pcoefs of fuch affeôipn, that I know not how I ftml be cter able to mike you any return r bot, il h pkafo God that I go back to England, I will not forget them in my attachment to our queen, your daugh~ or, whbm God prefervc f 1 Pany tfcan&j, fair cotifiit/ replied the fciftg, ît happened, that about Chriftina$-tide, duke John of Lancafter fell dangeroufiy ill of a difordcr which ended hit life, to the great grief of all hot friends. He had been- fomc time very low fpirhed* on account of the banifhment of his fon, wb«n hk nephew king Richard had forced out of Eng-land for a trifling caufe, and alfo for the manner in which the kingdom was governed, Which, if yerfevered in, he forefaw muft be it* rein. The Icing of England, as it ftemed, was little a&&e4 by his uncle's death* $nd hç w^s feon forgotten* Many of the nobles, but not alt* were unçafj* the kingdom was fo weakened by the deaths of the dukes of Lancafter, Glocefter^ and the earl of Arundel, and that the earl of Derby was- ba* nifhed, who ought to be now duke of Lancaftcf % legal fiweeffion. Some feid,-~r We fhall fee lllat the king will do. It is^time that he rteal 88


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