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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
page 282



part of Ms force had already marched forward, and were cantoned in the city of Dax in Gafcony. The prince arrived that Sunday evening at Dax, where he halted, and remained for three days ; for he was there informed that his brother the duke of Lan-, cafter, was on the road to him, having crofted the fea to Brittany, where he had landed a fortnight fince, at St. Mahé de fine Poterne : he went thence to Nantes, where he was magnificently entertained by the duke of Brittany. The duke of Lancafter continued his route, through Poitou and Saintonge, to Blaye, where he crofted the river Gironde, and landed at the quay at Bourdeaux. He went to the monaftery of St, Andrew, where the princefs lay in, and was joyfully welcomed by her and by all the ladies of her court. At this time, however, the duke would not remain in Bourdeaux : but, having bid adieu to his fitter the princefs, he and all his troops departed, never halting until they were arrived in the city of Dax, wnere he found his brother the prince of Wales. The two brothers were very happy in this meet* |eg, for they had a mutual affe&ion for each other ; and many proofs of friendfhip paffed between them and their men. Soon after the arrival of the duke of Lancafter, the earl of Foix came thither, who paid much court and refpeft, at leaft in outward ap-pearance, to the prince and his brother, offering Jximfelf and vaffals for their fervice. » The prince, who knew how to pay every honor and attention according as they were due, fhewed him all refpeft, thanking him much for his obliging offers, 268


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