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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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I5Î . • with tie king, upwards of two lours, and continued in hit convcrfkioii to reproach him for àD the faults he was tccufcd o£ He then took leave* re-entered his barge* and returned to his hoofc, *od, on the morrow, renewed his ordcri for the affembly of the three eftates of the realm. The duke of York, and his fon die earl of Rutlaad, came to London, as did the earl of Northumberland and his brother, fir Thomas Percy, to whom die duke of Lancafter gave a hearty welcome, with numbers of prelates, bifhops and abbots* • The duke of Lancafter, accom* paaied by a large body of dukes, prelates, carls* barons, knights and principal citizens, rode to the Tower of London, and difrpountcd in the court. King Richard was releafed from his prifon, and entered the «hall which had been prepared for the occatlon, royally dreffed, the fccptre in his hand, and the crown on his head, but without fupporters on either fide. He addrefled the company as follows : ' I have reigned king of England, duke of Aquitaine, and lord of Ireland, about twenty-two years, which royalty, lordlhip, fceptre and crown; I now freely and willingly refign to my coufin, Henry of Lancafter, and entreat of him, in the prcfcncc of you, all, to accept this fccp-tre/ He then tendered the fceptre to the duke of Lancafter, who took it and gave it to the arch-bifhop of Canterbury. King Richard next raifed Che crown with his two hands from his head, and, placing


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