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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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FIJJ When the barons of Àcquitaine léârat that thefe treaties were made, and that don Pedro and the king of Navarre were Mends, they made inquirf who was to pay them their wages : the prince, who was very eager for this expedition, took that upon himfelf, king don Pedro having promifed puno tual re-payment. CHAP. CCXXXL •THE PRINCE OF WALES MAKES PREPARATIONS FOR REPLACING DOtt PEDRO ON HIS THRONF OF CA8TILLE. HENRY THE BASTARD, THOUOlt LATE INFORMED OF IT, ENDEAVOURS TO PRE-VENT IT. "yi^HEN all thofe things had been fo ordered and fettled that every one knew what he was to do, and they had remained in the city of Bay* onne twelve days amufing themfelves together, the king of Navarre took his leave, and fet out for the kingdom of Navarre whence he had come. The other lords departed alfo, and each returned to his 1366. THE NUMBER OF WIMEFFES TO THIS DEED (HEWS THAT FROIFLART WAS MI FIN FORMED WHEN HE FAYS, THAT DON PEDRO WAS felely ATTENDED BY DON FERNANDO DE Cairo. ARTICLES OF CONVENTION BETWEEN PEDRO KING OF CATTIDÀ, CHARLES KING OF NAVARRE, AND EDWARD PRINCE of WALES,-— DATED LIBONRNE, SEPT. 23, 1366. THERE • ARE VARIOUS OTHER TREATIES BETWEEN thé KING AND PRINCE, AS well AS THE PRINCE'S LETTER TO HENRY DE TRAFTAMARE, mâ THE ANFWER, BEFORE THE TATTLE OFNAVARETTE.—SEE RYFTVEF. Vo*.III. ' E own


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