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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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H7 • -apd managed irfo well that they all agreed fervc, the ppnc% in his intended expedition, upoo: hav-* ifig a handsome fum of money paid down to them,. Wjhich fir John Chandos fwore to fee done. He 3gain returned to the earl of Foix, and entreated bimmoft earneftly that he would permit thofe com-panies, who now belonged to the prince, to pafs^ through one €nd of his domain. The earl, who. was defirous cxf pleafing the prince, and firmly at-tjicbed to him, in order to gratify his wifhes, com-, plied with the requeft, provided they did no damage, to him or to Jiis lands. This fir John Chandos * promifed to be anfwerable for, and fent back one of. his fquires, attended by a herald, with the treaty lie. had made with the earl of Eoix, to the commanders of.the companies* He then returned to Bourdeaux, and related to the prince his journey, and the fuc-cefsful iflue of it. The prince, who loved him and had great confidence in himf was well pleafed with both. The prince was at this time in the full vigour of youth, and had never been weary or fatiated with war, fince the firft time he bore arms, but was al-ways looking forwards to fome achievement of high renown. This Spanifli expedition occupied his mind entirely. Both honor and companion urged him to replace on his throne, by force of arms, a king who had been driven from it. . -frontiers of Spain, the ocean and Beam, It comprehends le JLahour, U Baffe Navarre* and the country of Soule. Bay-«onne is the capital. »4 He


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