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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 284



wWthe king of NaVâire heanl that le wis cufed of treachery, he was moire enraged than be-fore, and fent an experienced knight, called don Martin de la Carra, to wait on the prince. When he arrived in the city of Dax, ta exculpate the king *ôf Navarre, he fpoke fo ably and eloquently to the prince that he fatisfied him. It was titan agreed that he fhould return to Navarre to hii king, and induce him to come to St. Jean Pied de Port *, where, when he fhould be arrived, the prince would confider whether he would meet him in perfofc tar not. Upon this, don Martin de la Carra quitted the •prince, and returned to Navarre, where he related to the king all that had paffed, in what difpofition he bad left the prince and his council, and upon what terms he had been fent back. Don Martin exerted irimfelf fo much that he brought the king to St* lean Pied de Port : he himfelf went to wait on the prince at Dax. When it was known that the king of -Navarre was on his road, the prince was advifed to iend, to meet him, his brother the duke of Lancafter and fir John Chandos. • Thefe two lords, with a fe* attendants, fet out, accompanied by don Martin, who condufted them to St. Jean Pied de Port to the king of Navarre, who very gracioufly received them, and they had a long conference together. It wa$ after fome time fettled, that the king of Navarre Ihouid advance, to meet the prince, to a place called • St. Jean Pied de Port,—a fmall town in Navarre, on tutNjve, and at the foot of the Pyrénées. ' • *


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