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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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CHAP. ^ # TUB If NO OF ENOLAND MAKES TUB- KINO OF ' fEAMCI ACQUAINTED WITH TH1 DEATH OF THE DURB OF LANCASTER, BUT DOES NO*F HOTICE IT TO THE EARL OF DBR$Y, tHOUGH eOK TO THE LATE DUKI. npHE news of the death of the duke of Lan~ •* cafter was foon public in France. King Richard wrote an account of it m the king with a fort of joy, but did not notice it to hi* coufin the earl of Derby. The earl, however, knew, it aa foon, if not fooaer than the king of France, from his people in England. He clothecj himfelf and Ms attendants in deep mourning, as was right, and had his obfequies grandly performed * at which were prefent, the king of France, the duke of Orleans, their three uncles, and numbers of the prelates and great barons of France, for the carl, was much liked by all. The French barons vifited him oftcç, and fomc were difpleafed at and took part in his misfortunes \ he was an amiable knight, courteous and pleafant to every one, and it was currently faid, thç king of England was very ill advifed not to recal. himf To fay the truth* if the kipg had wifely confidere4 confequences, he would ' have done it* affaire Would not have turned out fo miferably as they did. The earl of Derby was now, by the death Of 90


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