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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 381



England, and had disherited the lord Louis de Harcourt, his nephew, becaufc he would not fol-low his party. When the king of England was informed of the death of fir Godfrey, he lamented him much, but embarked men at arms, knights, fquires, and crofs-bowmen, to the amount of upwards of four hun-dred men, to take poffefiion of St. Sauveur le Vi-comte, which was well worth thirty thou i apd livres annual rent. He nominated the lord John Lifle governor of the lands and caftles. The three eftates, all this time, paid great atten-tion to the better ordering of the realm of France, which was governed by them. The prince of Wales, and the greater part of thofe lords who bad been with him at the battle of Poitiers, remained all this winter at Bourdeaux, revelling, making preparations of flapping, and fettling their own affairs, or engaged in-making arrangements for conducing the king of France, his fon and the principal lords who were prifoners, to England. When the feafon was fufficiently advanced, and every thing was ready for the prince's departure, he fent for the great barons of Gafcony, the lord d'Albret firft, and the lords de Mucident, de l'Ef-parrel dfc Longueren, de Pumiers, de Courton, de Rofem, de Chaumont, de Montferrant, de Lan-duras, fir Àymery de Tarfe, the captai de Bucb, the fouldich de la Trane, and many others. He received them with every fign of affection and friendfhip, and promifed them great rewards and . profits, 366


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