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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 124



liverance, aid the advantage of yourfelf and chil-dren* for, if you do not, no one elfe wiB for them, fince this Richard of Bordeaux is giving away all their eftates to his minions, or to whoever afks for them* The dozens of London, and many other gallant men, arc greatly enraged at fueh conduit, and would amend it if they could, though hitherto they have been filent. c He has filled up the meafure of his crimes by the murder of the duke of Glocefter, the be-heading of the earl of Arundel withotit caufe, the exile of the earl of Warwick, and your banifh-ment ; clearly fliewing his intentions to deprive England of its nobles and the fupport ihe might have from them, for he has lately banifiied the earl of Northumberland and his fon becaufe they talked too freely of him and his minifters. The citizens of London and the greater part of the prelates" and barons of England entreat you will not fleep over this bufinefs, but that you will take leave of the king of France and the French, and return home, where you will be joyfully received, and every promife I have made be punctually fulfilled, for the country defire none other than you for their king, fo much. are you beloved and rc-Jpeéted/ When the earl of Derby had heard this fpeech of the archbilhop, he did not immediately reply, but, leaning on a window that % looked into7 the gardens, mufed a while, and having various thoughts in his mind, turned to the bifliop, and I Z ' faidi • 117 *


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