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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.2

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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.2
page 246



2sft toi&ihe cuftoms and filages af Calais, in order ta •point out the different properties, arid gatfe direc-tions for the caille to be prepared for lodging thte ting end queen, and different hôtels for their at-ten&fttà. When thife had been done, the kirig aftd queen fjtobtfted thteir fèèeds, and rode towards the towrt, which they entered af the fourid of trumpets, drum$ and ill forts of warlike instruments. The king re-tooled m it until the queen was brought to bed of a daughter, called Margaret*. The king gave to fir Walter Manny, lord Staf-ford* lord Warwick, fir Bartholomew Burgîierlh, add other kàïghts, very haddfome houfes id Calais, that they might re-peo^le it: and his intentions wfere» ta lfeiid thither,- on his return to Ehgland-, thirty-fix ftiMantial citizens, with all their wealth, add to exert himfelf in ftich a manner that the in-habitants of the town fhould be wholly Eqgltih : which he afterwards accomplished. Thé new town ahd fortifications, which had been hdilt before Calais, were deftroyed, as well as the éaftle upon the harbour, said the great boom which was thrown âcrofs was brought into the town. The king ported different perllms to guard th« gates, walls and towers of the town ; and what had been damaged he got repaired, which, however, was not foon done. The lord John de Vienne and his * Margaret nf Calais \TÏ« niarriei! to the lord John Htiffihgt; f«r of Pembroke, but died More bet bufband, without iflfg BAIWRS.


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