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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.3

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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.3
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deputies of the king of England, that king gave to the king pf France a moil magnificent and grand fupper in the caltye of Calais : it was well arranged } and the children of the king, and the duke of Lan-cafter with |he greateft barons of England waited i$re headed* After this fupper, the two noble kings took final Jeayeof each other in a moft gracious and affe&ionate Planner, and the king of France returned to his hôtel. On the morrow, which was the vigil of St. Si-PKn ,?uid St. Jude, the king of France fet out Jfroif Calais, with all thofe of his party who were to ac-company him*. The king of France went on foot, tion is made of the value of the crown, two of which Aaiibf worth an £ng!Uh noble. • • . • - . • • J$th article.--* It is agreed that the /ctnj of France. 0p|l pay to the king PÎ England three millions of TR^FMNT JFFFO(j 4wo OF YHLCH JHAFL BE OF THE VALUE JF m E*GB^ WBU * And there fhall be paid to the faid king of England, cr lis deputies, fix hundred thoufftnd crowns at Calais»-in -lout* £f*ntiîs irom the time the king of France (hall be at Calais* * And within the n*xt yw enfaing, there ftiall be $pâ /bur JtyMitfii tbouj&nd crowns of the a^Ye value, in ^ city of London* * And from thenceforward, every following year, four iinêred thoufand crown*, like to thé above, (bail be paid in •Eue faid city, until ibch tunc w the afonç&ui %tl*ee JQiltiMP According to Cotgrgve, a 3^çb|e in his time was ypr^i fjfteen (hillings. * Froiflart feemi to have been nxHUIcen as to the 4af king »Joha left Calais» when he flt?$ it was the ve of $t. Simjfci JWtfjSt. Jvtfe, the s7th Oelober ; jfor k sua apcieat ^fifrf f Brittany, by Nicholas Vignier, page $$3» fhere is a letfff .from king John, dated Boulogne fuir mer, O&ober 26. 1360. VOL. IIL F In 6S


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