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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 152



Étff&iffeci ; tut fay, that yotir hu&and and ckugkef have feat for you. This we advife you to do, it you regard your life ; for; fhould you let any way Contrary* it will be forfeited. You have no need to afk queftions, nor make inquiries : you fhall be coiidu&ed to Dover; and embarked on board a paffage-boat to convey you to Boulogne/ The lady df Cdiicy, afraid of thefe oiènaces» and knowing thofe who made them to be cruel and fui of hatred, replied, € that in God's name, fiie would do as they wifhed;* Preparations were fcën made : palfreys and hackneys were provided for herfelf and attendants ; and all the French of bbth feses fet off, efcorted as far as Dover, when they were liberally paid, according to their de-grees. The firft tide, they embatkêd on board a veffel, with a favourable wind to Boulogne. The houfehold of the queen was thus broken Up, and 9 neither French nor Englifh were left with her who were attached to king Richard. A new one was formed of ladies, damfels, officers and varlets, who were ftriftly enjoined never to mention the name bf king Richard in their ëonverfations with her* \ The duke of Lancafter and his company, on their departure from Chertfey, rode to Shene, and, during the night, concluded the king apd fuch of his knights and others as they wifhed to confine, to the Tower of London. On the morrow, the Londoners heard the king was in the Tower, and were much rejoiced ; but there were many mur-minings that he had been brought thither pri-vately, and the .people were very angry with the duke of Lancafter becaufe he had not carried him • VOL* XII L - publicly 1*3 .


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