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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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punâually obey all your command! j but, if the marriage .could be broken off by any other means than mine, I (hall be very thankful to you/ 6 Earl of Salifbury,* anfwered the king, c make no ex-cufes i for I will and entreat that you go thither, and whatever may be the confequences I will fup-port you through them/ c Well, fire,' faid the earl, c fince you fpecially command me, and the matter feems to intereft you fo much, I will undertake it, but I go very un-willingly/ c Haften your preparation as much as you can/ replied the king, f that the treaty of marriage be not too far advanced/ The earl of Salifbury was foon ready, and, • having had his credential letters fçaled, he departed from the king, who at the time refided with his queen at Leçds-caftle. He carried with him pri-vate letters from the queen, to the king and queen qf France, and to her brother the duke of Orleans, and, haftening his journey, arrived at Dover, where, the wind being favourable, he embarked, and landed at Calais. He was received by the king's half-brother, the earl of Huntingdon, governor of Calais, to whom he told part of his bufinefs. He made no long ftay at Calais, but continued his road through Amiens to Paris, and wherever he pafied he was well entertained. On his arrival at Paris, he lodged at the White Horfe, in the fquare of the Grève *, After he had-dreffed him- # Tte VSS* &y, « at tht château de Feftus, in the rue da Tiroir/ Yo*-. XII. H felf,


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