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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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I a£ on this occafion ?" c We will tell you, fire : they are to join this expedition, but not yet ar-rived. ' When they come, order them to your prefence by the earl of Salifbury or any other you pleafe, and then remonftrate with them on the injurious fpeeches they have uttered againft yoi* and your mirufters. You will hear what anfwer they make, and, as that may be, confider how you fhall punifh them, by imprisonment or other-wife/ The king replied,—c- You fay well* and what you advifc fhall be done/ The earl of Northumberland and his fon had good friends on this expedition* by whom great part of the fecret councils of the king were re-vealed : they were ftrongly advifed not to join the -armament, nor appear in the king's prefence, for that he was fo wroth with t;hern, they would aç leaft be feverely reprimanded, if not imprifoned On hearing this, they retarded thei^r journey to-wards Briftol ; for, according to the intelligence fent them, had they come, they would hayç run a rifk of their lives. The king's minifters, perceiving the earl of Northumberland did not arrive, faid t.o, him,—» f See, fire, if we did not tell you the truth ; oei-» ther the earl of Northumberland $pr his fpn'con-defcend to fcrve you, although ordered ;% and, if you fend them a fpecial fummons, you will h^ye % confirmation that what we have told you is true/ The king faid, it fhould be done. Letters were figned, fealed and fent off by a fpecial meffçngep, containing orders for the earl of Northumberland * ' 105


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