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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
page 80



in pilgrimage to our Lady of Boulogne. The prince of Wales and his two brothers, Lionel and Edmund, accompanied him ; and in this manner they arrived, before dinner, at Boulogne, where they were received with great joy. The duke of Normandy was there waiting for them, when all thefe aforefaid lords went on foot to the church of our Lady of Boulogne, where they made their offerings mod devoutly, and afterwards returned to the abbey at Boulogne, which had been prepared for the reception of the king of France and the princes of England. ' ' They remained there that day, and on the fol* jbwmg night returned to the king their father. All thefe lords croffed the fea together, with the hoftages from France : it was the vigil of All-'Saints, m the year 1360. It is proper that I fhould name the nobles of . France who went to England as hoftages for the king of France. Firft, fir Philip, duke of Orleans, -fon of the late king Philip of France ; his two : nephews, the dukes of Anjou and Berry : after them the duke of Bourbon, the count d'Aiençon, fir .John d'Eftampes, Guy de Blois, for his brother -the count Louis de Blois : the count de St. Pol, the count de Harcourt, the count dauphin of Au-vergne ; fir Enguerrant* lord of Coucy ; fir John de Ligny ; the count de Porcien, the count de Brème, the lord of Montmorency, the lord of . Roye, the lord of Preaux, the lord d'Eftouteviile, ''the lord de Cieritez, the lord de St. Venant, the . - " " * • tord 66


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