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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 154



brother-in-law tic lord dé Spencer, and their men* When they learnt that the caftle the king had re-tired to was invcfted,* and that the king, on his furrendering* was carried to London, they inftantly forefaw the event, and that it muft end badly for king Richard. They determined not to ftay longer Where they were, but difmiffing their men at arms, except fuch as were attached to their perfons, left Briftol* and rode to a very handfome feat* the lord de Spencer had in Wales, where they remained until they heard other intelligence* The duke of York refided at his own caftle with his people, and interfered not in what was palling in the country, nor had done fo for a long time, but taking all things as they happened, although he was very much vexed that there fhould be fuch great differences between his nephew, the king, and his relations* We will return to king Richard When the duke of Lancafter had imprifoned him and thofe of his council in the Tower, and placed furc guards over them, the firft thing he did was to reed the carl of * Warwick from his banifhment, and to give him his liberty. He next fent to fummon the earl of Percy and his fon fir Harry Percy to attend him, which they did. He then inquired how he could lay hands on thofe four companions who had • D. Sauvage calls this feat Henlle. My MS. fayi only a very aaadfome minor, which I fuppofc mat ham been Cacr- Chilly in Gkmorganiiire. L 2 * ftranglcd 1*1


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