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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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.175 t • % They immediately embarked themfelves and horfes in two veflcls, and, putting to fea, ar-rived at Dover. On difembarking and enter-ing the town, they were met by one of the king's knights, who had been ordered thither to receive them. Having known him, when he accom-panied the king in his banifhment to Paris, they were all foon well acquainted. The lord Charles d*Albreth and the lord de Hangers were hand-somely lodged in Dover, where they ftaid until their horfes were landed. They continued their journey through Canterbury • to Eltham, and wherever they flopped all their expenfes were paid by the king. The king and his council were at Eltham, and they were fplendidly entertained in compliment to the king of France, to whom king Henry felt himfelf under obligations. The lord d'Albreth explained to the king the caufe of his coming, who replied, c You will go to London, and within four days I will confult my council, and you fhall have an anfwer to your de-mands/ This fatisfied them. They dined with the kiog, and, when it was over, remounted their horfes and rode to London, attended by the knight, who lodged them conveniently in London, and never quitted them. The king of England came, as he had faid, to his palace of Weftminfter, and the French lords were told of it, and to hold themfelves in readi-ngs to attend him, for they would be fummoned. The king, having his council with him, and being prepared what anfwer to make, the French lords were


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