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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 115



About tiiîs time, the lady Ifebelia of France, mo-ther of the Hug, died. She was daughter of Philip' the Fair, The King ordered a moft magnificent and pompous funeral for her, at the Friar Minors • ; at which ail the prelates and barons of England, as -well as the lords of France who were hoftages for the performance of the articles of peace, attended* This happened before the prince and princefs of Wales left England ; foon after which they fet out, and arrived at la Rochelle, where they were re* ceived with great joy, and remained four whole days. As foon as the lord John Chandos (who had go-verned the duchy of Aquitaine a confiderable time) was informed that the prince was coming, he fet out from Niort f, where he refided, and came to ht Rochelle with a handfome attendance of knights 3&d fquires, where they feafted moft handfomely the prince» princefs and their fuite» The prince was condu&ed from thence, with great honor and rejoicings, to the city of Poitiers. The baron* and knights of Poitou and Saintonge «php at that tin»* refided there, came and did ho* mage and fealty to him, The prince rode from city to city, and from town to town, receiving every where due homage and fealty. He at laft came to Bourdeaux, where he jrefided a confiderable time, and ,the princefs with * Friar Minors,—commonly called the Grey Friars, now parifh church called Chrift Church.—GRAFTON. r f Niort, a city in Poitou, diocefe of la Rochelle* H 3 him. 101-


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