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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 233



They marched through the kingdom of Arragon," where every accommodation was prepared for. them, and they found all forts of provifion plenty and cheap ; for the king of Arragon was very joyful on their arrival, becaufe this army would foon re-conquer from the king of Caftille the whole country which he had taken from him, and kept by force. % • Whenever they won any towns, caftles, cities or fprtreifes, which don Pedro had feized from Arra-gon, fir Bertrand and his army gave them back to the king of Arragon, who declared^ that from that day forward, he would aflift Henry the baftard againft don Pedro. All the men at arms paffed the great river • which divfdes Caftille from Arragon, and entered Spain. News was brought to the king of Caftille, that French, Englifh, Bretons, Normans, Picards and Burgundians had croffed the Ebro, and entered his kingdom : that they had re-conquered every place on the other fide of the river that feparates Caftille from Arragon, which had coft him fo much trouble to gain. Upon hearing this, he was in a great rage, and faid things fhould not go on thus. He iffued a fpecial ordinance throughoutx his kingdom, ordering all thofe to whom it was addreffed to meet him with-out delay, as he was determined to combat thefe men at arms who had entered the kingdom of Caftille. ' The Ebro,—probably at Alfaro or Cakhorra Too 219


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