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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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inheritance, had left the kingdom of Naples, whofd queen was at that time his wife •• ; The prince of Wales received the king of Majorca very kindly, and entertained him hand* fomely. . After he had heard from him the reafans df his coming, and the caufe why the king of Arragon did him fo much wrong, in keeping Ms. heritage from him and deftroying his father, the the prince replied ; c Sir king, I promife you moft loyally, that upon our return from Spain, we wit undertake to replace you on your throne of Mau-jorca, either by treaty or by force of arms/ - Thefe promifes were highly pleaftng to the king* He remained at Bourdeaux with the prince, wait-ing for his departure for Spain with the others. The prince, through refpeft, equipped him as hand-fomely as he could ; becaufe he was a ft ranger, fer diftant from his own country, and his finances were but low. Great complaints were daily made to the prince èf the bad condu& of the free companies, who were doing all poflible mifchief to the inhabitants of the Countries where they were quartered. They preffed the prince to haften his march, who would willingly have complied, if he had not been advifed to let Chriftmas pafs over, fo that he ihould have winter * Don Jayme, king of Majorca, married Jane queen of Naples 1363 —FERRARAS. Towards the end of this year, the tnfant Philip of Navarre died. Idem.—If, as before mentioned, he marritd Jano, im Jayme mult have married the widow, .• : m 26l


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