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Capitulum quadragesimum secundum.*. [Sic.]

THE qwene of Ynglonde, with Edwarde her sonne and Roger Mortymare, whiche hade escapede from the towre of London, Page  321, vol.8 come into Ynglonde in this yere, and landed at Estesex abowte the feste of seynte Michell with a lytelle hoste of men, and made grete haste to London, where the kynge was in that tyme. And as a thynge to be mervaylede, the londe beynge quiete [folio 388a] withowte effusion of bloode, they folowede the kynge fleynge from London into Weste Wales; and soone after the bischop of Excestre, treasurer of Ynglonde, was heded in the day folow|ynge the feste of Calixt the pope, by cownsayle of citesynnes of London withowte the northe durre of the churche of Seynte Paule. That doen the towre of London was taken to the utilite of the qwene and Edward her sonne; and soone after the castelle of Bristowe was taken by the qwene and here men, where Hewe Spenser the elder was drawen and honged, and his hedde sente to Wynchestre. The erle of Arundell was taken þat yere abowte Schrobbesbery, and was heded at Her|forde. Edwarde kynge of Ynglonde was taken in the same weke at the castelle of Nethe in Weste Wales, but he was Page  323, vol.8 kepede in the castelle of Kenelworthe; and Hewe Spenser the yonger, whiche was taken from the kynges presence, was drawene, hongede, and his hedde sende to London brygge. In whiche yere a parliamente was kepede at London in the octaves of the Epiphany, by whiche ordinaunce solenne mes|syngers were sende to the kynge in prison, iij. bischoppes, ij. erles, ij. barons, ij. abbottes, and ij. justices, that thei scholde resigne theire homage made to the kynge afore; amonge whom William Trussell, knyȝhte, a proctor of alle the parliamente, seide to the kynge in the name of alle the oþer lordes: "I, William Trussell, proctor of alle the parliamente, in the name of alle the lordes of Ynglonde, depose the of thy regalle dignite, and never to obbey the as kynge hereafter." This was openly proclamede at London. Edwarde sonne of Page  325, vol.8 the kynge was made knyȝhte in the vigile of the Purificacion of oure Lady Mary.