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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 125



«ceîlent underftanding, mafter of many languages, and much beloved. The two brothers made very handfome replies to him, but excufed themfelves by laying, it was not their fault if they were not good friends with the king and realm of France j for their great defire was to be fo, but the king mult give back their inheritance which he held from them wrongfully. The king of Cyprus would willingly have brought this bufinefs to a conclufion, for the king of Navarre would have left it to him, had not their differences been too great. When.the king of Cyprus had remained at Cherbourg xabout fifteen days, having been enter-tained, by the king of Navarre and his brother fuitably to his rank, he took leave of them, faying he Ihould not Deft until he had been in England, and exhorted king Edward and his children to put on the crofs. He departed from Cherbourg, and arrived at Caen ; thence he croffed the Seine at Pont de l'Arche *, and entered Ponthieu ; having paffed the Somme at Abbeville f, he came to Rue J, to Montreuil §, and to Calais, where he found the three dukes of Orleans, Berry and Bourbon : for the duke of Anjou had returned to France, but by what means or in what condition I know not ||. Thefe * Pont de PArche,—a town of Normandy, on the Seine, diocefe of Evreux. f Abbeville,—a confiderable town in Lower Picardy, dio-cefe of Amiens. X Rue,-—a fmafl town in Picardy. I Montreuil,—a town in Picardy, diocefe of Amiens. I See Rymer, anno 1363, for different letters from king John whilft at Avignon; and other matters refpecling the raa- Ill


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