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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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2l8 their march to Perpignan, in order to enter Arra-gon by that town *. All the leaders of thefe com-panies were there : the lords Robert Briquet, John Carfneille, Nandon de Bagerant, La Nuit, le petit Mefchin, le bourg Camus, le bourg de lEfparre, Bat tiller, Efpiote, Aymemon d'Ortige, Perrot de Savoye, and numbers more : all of one mind and accord, to dethrone don Pedro from his kingdom of Caftille, and to place there in his room the baftard Henry, èarl of Traftamare. Don Pedro had received information that this army was marching againft him : he colle&ed his troops, in order to meet them, and fight boldly on their entering Caftille. When thejr were about to enter Arragon, they fent to him, in order to cover and mafic their real intentions, to alk a free paffage through his country, and that provifion might be fupplied to fome pilgrims of God, who had undertaken, through de-votion, an expedition into the kingdom of Granada, to revenge the fufferings of their Lord and Saviour, to deftroy the. infidels, and to exalt the Crofs. Don Pedro laughed at this requeft, and fent for anfwer, that he would never attend to fuch beggarly crew. When the men at arms and companions heard this reply, they thought him very proud and prefumptuous, and made every hafte to do him as much mifchief as they could. * Choify fays, that one part embarked at Aiguës Moites for Barcelona, and that the reft went by land. 8 ' They


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