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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
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CHAP: éL. THE KING Or ENGLAND PRESENTS A* CHAP LET OF • PEARLS TO SIR EUSTACE DE RIÇEAUMONT. "^fHEN the engagement was over, the king re-turned to the caftie in Calais, and ordered all the prifoners to be brought before hiny. The French -then knew for the firft time that the king of Eng-land had been there in perfon, under the banner of fir Walter Manny. . * , The king faid, he would, this evening of the. new year, entertain them all at fupper, in the caftie. When the hour for fupper was come, the tables fpread, and the king and his knights drefTed in new robes, as well as the French, who, notwithftanding they were prifoners, made good cheer (for the king, wiflied it fhould be fo) : the king featéd himfelf at table, and made thofe, knights do the fame arçund' him, in a moft honourable manner. • , The gallant prince of Wales, and the knights of England, ferved up the firft courfe, and waited on their guefts. At the fécond courfe, they went and feated themfelves at another table, where thçy Were ferved and attended on very quietly. ^ j When fupper was over, and the tables removed, the king remained in the ball, among the Englifh and French knights, bareheaded, except a chaplet of fine pearls, which was round his heads He con-verfed with all of them ; but, when be came to fir Geoffry de Chargny, his countenance altered, and E4 . ' looking'


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