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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 137



/ f ; 13Ô: • îhôuld do the fame in fo foîemn a manner that there never fhould be a queftion concerning it : they alfo promifed him affiftance in men and money. Thefe obligations having been entered into on each fide, which did not take much time, for they were in hate to free themfelvts, twelve hundred*, well armect and mounted, were ordered to accom-pany the earl of Derby towards Briftol, to make Richard of Bordeaux a prifoner, and conduit him to London. When there, he fhould • be legally tried before the the nobles, prelates and commons of England, and judged according to the proof of the charges laid againft him. • It was alfo ordered, to avoid flanderous reports, that the men at arms and crofs-bows, who had been lent by the duke of Brittany to the earl, as his efcort, fhould be fent back, for they had men fufficient for the purpofe they were about. The earl, in confequence, called the Bretons be-fore him, thanked them wa/mly for the ferviccs they had rendered him, and, on their departure, gave them fo much money that they were con-tented. They returned to their veffels at Ply-mouth, and thence failed to Brittany. The earl of Derby was prepared to march to Briftol as commander in chief of thefe Lon-doners, for he was more interefted in the mat-ter than any one elfe, and fet out in graAd array. • Twelve hundred,—tfce MSS. % twelve thou&nd, whkft is more probable. -


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