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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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§aC I» w«tti OB -flic king" and queen, mâ dc-lirarod Jfa» credential letters : when the king of tmacc lad pcreiïM diem, he todk the carl of Safiftary afide am! demanded fâs bùfinelL The fad reflated t» Mm very imntrttly every thing he tod been dutged with by the king of England, and called Ac carl of Derby a traitor to Vis jnatutal Jotxt Tlr Mug, on îiearîng this expreffion, was _ angered £for he had taken fo Arong a Iking to the cad cf Dafiny thai ht would not hear any thing fail m Mm 4Mpmi(€% and gave back the letters to the cad, ikying,—* Earl of Safliftrary* we readily fcdieye whit yôa m -, bot our fon of England beta *o» great a hatred to our coufm of Deity, mi *tt wander fae 1ms continued it fo long, for wc think ahat Jits court would be letter adorned if ht wtxt mm Ms pcrfon, and fhofc who have the titrtft "weight dn Ms cowicl ought to advife him to cecal Mi coufin.* * Very dear fire/ replied the cad of Safâbury, # îonly a& as 1 have been or-dowl# # ïlfaaî is true/ faid the king : 4 we are jutt angry with you, for perchance our fon may lûttoar «f thdfc «natte» more than we can : execute the ooam&ifljoa yon have been charged wick* The cad Aea waked on the dvflce of Berry, and de-ïrescd 3iis «BesÛJge from king Richard. The duke aaade no jafwer, fast went to the king at the hotel 4e$Juit FoJ, aad aflced of he had received any jbors Irani Enj^aml The king told him all that lud piled btmmm am and the earl of Sahftttry, fttf j privy council of the king's tucks and prin-cipal lords was fomaioiicd on the occa§on* They


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