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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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towns and caftles to open their gates to him, and the inhabitants to do him homage. The Spaniards fhouted with one voice, € Long live king Henry ! Down with don Pedro, who has treated us fo-cruelly and wickedly/ Thus they conduced Henry throughout the kingdom of Caftille ; that is to fay, the lord Gomez Garilz #, the grand mafter of the order of Cala-trava f9 and the mafter of the order of St. James|, making all the people obey him. They crowned him king in the city of Burgos, where all the pre-lates, earls, barons and knights paid him their homage, and fwore they would ferve and obey him as their king for evermore, and, if there fhould be ocçafion, would facrifice their lives for him. King Henry then paffed from city to city, all the inhabi-tants of which treated him as their king. Henry made large prefents and gifts to the foreign knights who had put him in poffeffion of the king-dom of Caftille. They were fo magnificent, that he was confidered as a raoft generous and bountiful • Î Gomez Garilz. Denys Sauvage cannot make out who this is ; nor is the account correct, according to other hjftorians. Many of the king's friends remained fteady ta him, as did the bulk of his army. Don Garcia Alvarez de Toledo, mafter of the knights of St. James, who commanded at Logrono ; Garcia de Padilla, governor of Agreda ; Fer-nando de Toledo, brother to the mafter of St. James, and Boccanegra, admiral of Caftille, were among the number.— DîLLOK. • f "Mafter of Calatrava. Martin Lopez de Cordova, mafter of Calatrava, followed don Pedro's fortunes, and went with him from Seville to Portugal*—DILLON. :- - * lord ; 122


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