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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 109



verfc, and in the prefence too of DIE king of France, who had fhewn him fo much affe&ion and courtefy, and that THIS accufatioi^ fhould have been brought from England by die earl of Salif* bury. His knights pacified him as well as they could, by faying,—*c My lord, whoever wifhes TO live in this world muft fometimes fuffer trouble;. Comfort yourfelf for the prefent^ and bear, all things with patience : perhaps you will hereafter have it made up in joy and glory, * Of all the lords on this fide of the fea, the king of Francç loves you the mbft, and, from what WE hear AND fee, he will inftandy prevent any infult BEIPG of-fered you. You fhould be thankful to him ^ÇT his unclçs for having kept this matter fecrct during the ftay of the earl of Salifbury, and until he was landed in England/ c Indeed !' replied the earl : € I fhoyld havç thought it more loyal to have NÙDE the charge • while he was here, than to have waited FO long. I could then have been enabled fufficiently to ex-culpate myfelf in thç prçfence of the king and HIS lords, fo that my innoçepcy would have been ap-parent, but I muft now fubrpit to the difgrace until I fhall wipe it off/ *" . f My lord/ anfwered HIS knights, f all faults cannot be CORRECTED at once : have patience, we hope things will turn out betteç in England thap you think. The affe&ion the whole country bear you will very foon, if it pleafe GOCF, deliver YOP (torn all dangers/ Thus did his knights attempt to COMFORT the earl of Derby, who was more caft down •102


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