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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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tion with the prince pud' Ms ?JBe$ ; for th*£ he m and would contiiftio.to bey his gpod neighbotif mi fiiend, * The king of Arragon, who efteemed him mud^ for in former times he had found don Pedro very overbearing, aflured him, that upon no ao count, no, not for the lofe of one half of his king-dom, would he enter into any treaty with the priwap nor with dm Pcidro, but would lay open his king-dom to all forts of men who fhould wifh to enter Spain to his affiftance, and would fhut it up ffoÉitti who had evil intentions againft him. This king of Arragon kept faithfully all he had promifed to kifcg Henry ; for as fooh as he knew that don Pedro was aided by the prince, afld that the companies marching that fray, he ordered aH tfeé paffes of A#-xagQR to be clofbd, and caufed them to1 be ftriftty guarded* He pofted men at amas and watchmea on the mountains , and in the dfii^t of Catalonia, fo that no one qould pafs that way without gretat danger. The companies, however, on their return, found out another road ; jtbey.h^d much to endure from fanrôe and other- evils before they could be frefe from danger in Arragon. They advanced to the frontiers of the country of Foix, but could not ob-' tain perrhiffion to pafs through it ; for the earl was not defirous that fuch people fhould enter his ter-ritories News was brought of their diftrefs to the prince, who was then at Bourdeaux, occupying his mind flight and day on the beft means of executing this R 3 expedition »45


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