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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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to make fuch a gift/ aud then unâcdmoufly added; f May the Lord God remember you for it! We will bear witnefs of this gift to them wherefoever ànd whenf «ver they may call on us J* They then took leave of him; when fomç went to the prince of Wales, who that night was to give a fupper to the king of France from bis own pro*-vitions ; for tbe French had brought vaft quantities with them, which were now fallen into the hand* of. the Engliih, many of whom .had not tafte4 bread for the laft three days. CHAP* CLXV, * - fHE PRINCE OF WALES ENTERTAINS THE KING Of fRAN^T SUPPER, THE EVENING AFTER T|it BATTLE. I^HEN evening was come, the prince of Wale* gave a fupper in his pavilion to the king of France, and to the greater part of \he princes ami barons who vpere prifoners. Tbe prince feated thç |ing of France and his fon the lord Philip at an flevated and well covered table; with them were fir Jimes de Bourbon, the lord Jobn d'Artois, th$ earls of Tancarville, of Eftampes, of Dammartin, of Graville, and the lord of Partenay. The ©they knights §nd fquires were placed at different tables. The prince himfelf feryed the king's table, at Tpell as thp others, with eveiy mark of humility, pud would not fit down at it, in fpite of all his in-* frfatks for him fo to do, laying, that ' he was not 1 worthy m


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