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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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. . 341 v • where the prince was. When he was come into his prefence, 'the prince bent down over him, and embraced him, faying; € My lord James, I am bound to honour you very much; for, by your valour this day, you have acquired glory and re* pown above us all, and your prowefs has proved you the braveft knight/ Lord James replied ; ' My lord, you have a right to fay whatever you pleafe, but I wilh it were as you have faid. If I have thiç day been forward to ferve you, it has been to accomplie a vow that I had made, and it . ought not to be thought fo much of/ € Sir James/ anfwered the prince, ' I and all the reft of us deem you the braveft knight on our fide in this battle ; ftnd to increafe your renown, and furnifti you withal to purfue your career of glory in war, I retain you henceforward, for ever, as my knight, with five hundred mares* of yearly revenue, which I will ftcure to you from my eftates in England/ ' Sir,' faid lord James, f God make me deferving of the good fortune you beftow upon me/ At thefe words he took leave of the prince, as he was very weak, and his fervants carried him back to his tent : he could not have been at a great diftance,. when the earl of Warwick and lord Reginald Cobham enterejd the pavilion of the prince, and prefented the king of France to him, , The prince made a very low obeifance to the king, and gave him as much comfort as he was ^W^, which he knew well how to adminifter. He • The marc is 13s. 4d.—PHILLIPS. Z 3 ordered


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