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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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CHAP. CCX2V. . TffI DEATHS OF THE DUKES OF LANCASTER AND OF BURGUNDY, WHICH I.AST CAUSES NEW, DISSENTIONS BETWEEN THE KINGS OF FRANCS AND NAVARRE.—THE PRINCE Of WAUSI CROSSES THE SEA TO AQUITAINE. " . j^T this period died in 'England, the good diike of Lancafter*, whofe Chriftian name was Henry. The king and all Jas barons, knights and fquires were much afBi&ed, and wilhed it had not been fo. He left two daughters, the lady Maude and the lady Blanche. The eldeft was married to the earl of Hainault of the name of William, fon of the lord Lewis of Bavaria and Margaret of Hainault. The youageft was married to the lord John, earl of Rich* niond, fon of the king of England, who was after-wards duke of Lancafter, in right of his wife, and toy the death of Henry duke of Lancafter. . : 4 H^nry duke of Lancafter, who died of the plague 1360, was buried on the fouth fide of the high altar of the collegiate church at Leiceier, founded by his father (not by Mm, as in Dugdale),"and on the next niche to him lay a lady, by likelihood his wife.'—Gough's Sep. Mom. • He left iffue by his wife lfabel, daughter of Henry lord Beaumont, two daughters, his hcirefles. Maude firft mar-ried to Ralph, fon and heir to Ralph lord Stafford* and afterwards to William duke of Zealand ; and Blanche (by virtue of a fpecial difpenfation from t he pope» in regard ta their near alliance) to John of Gaunt, earl of Richmond, fourth fon to Edward III. and afterwards duke of Lancafter.9 —Dugdale'sBaronage, vol. I. p. 789. Maude came to England foon after her father's death, and died, fuppofed bf poifon.—KMYGHTOM. 94


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