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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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fhal of France, fir Triftan de MaguelleS, fir Peter and fir John de Villiers, fir John d'Anville, fir Ni-cholas Bracque, and feveral great knights. • When their veffels were laden, and the mariners had a wind to their wifhes. they informed the king, who embarked on board his veffel about midnight, as did his attendants on board of theirs. Having fet their fails for the coaft of England, they ar-rived at Dover about vefpers. It was on the day preceding the vigil of the feail of the three; kings, called the Ep:phany *. News was brought to the king of England (who at diat time' was with his queen at Eltham, a very magnificent palace which the king had, feven miles from London), that the king of France had landed at Dover. He immediately ordered many knights of his houfehold to go and congratulate the king on his arrival ; the lord Bartholomew Burgherfh t, fir Richard Pembridge J, fir Allen Boxhall §, and fe- # This, according to a marginal note of Denys Sauvage, makes it 1364, beginning the year the ift of January. t Lord Burgherfh,—knight of the Garter. See Bug-dale's Baronage. • % Sir Richard Pembridge. See p. 1x3, note. § Sir Allan Boxhall, - fifty-fécond knight of the Garter. See Afhmole. Walfingh. Ypodigma, p. 136, faith ; ' Hoc anno, Rob. Haute fcutifer fuit occifus in ecckfia Weftmon. tempore mav joris miffe per quofdam regis fateliites quorfum duclor extitit Alanus de Buxhalle, miles per ante non ignobiiis, fed hoe facto poftea fern per infamis j for which he was by nantie ex-communicated. Anno 1378, fir Ralph de Ferrars was excommunicated with him for the fame offence. veral 120


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