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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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battened his departure, and reiterated his futmftoris ; for he knew now, that this bufinefs would not be fettled without an engagement. He took. the road to Arragon, in order to join king Henry as fpeedily . as poffible. He was followed by all forts of men at arms to whom he had fent his orders. Many came rfrom France and other countries, who were at-tached to him, or who were defirous of acquiring honor. We will now return to the prince, and re-late what befel him and his army in his parage through Navarre. CHAP. CCXXXV. :fffl PRINCE OF WALES AND HIS ARMY P^SS T»t x MOUNTAINS OF NAVARRE, AND ARRIVE AT PAMPELUNA. KING HENRY OF CASTILLR WRITES LETTERS TO HIM.—SIR WILLIAM FEL-. TON COMMANDS AN ADVANCED PARTY OF TIÎE ARMY. -TgETWEEN -St. Jean Pied de Port and Pampe-luna are the defiles and ftrong pafles of Navarre* which are very dangerous; for there ai"e a hun-dred fituations among them which a handful of men would guard and Jhut up againft a whole army. . It was very cold in thefe countries when the army pafled, for it was the month of February. But be* : fore they began their march, though Very eager to get forward, the principal leaders held a council to ^tetenaine in what numbers and in what mannet • ¥#JU -EL IT ' &et ^73


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