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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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luna. The king of Navarre, indeed, conduced the prince of Wales and don Pedro to the city of Pam-peluna to fupper, and entertained them iandfomely, as he was well enabled to do* • % The king of Majorca crofled thefe mountains on the Wednefday, accompanied-by the earl of Ar-'inagnac, the lord d'AIbret his nephew, fir Bernard HfAlbret, lord de Gironde, the earl of Perigord, the vifcount de Carmaing, the earl of Comminges, the captai de Buch, fir Olivier de Cliffon, the three brothers de Pommiers, fir John, fir Elias, and fir 'Edmund, the lords de Chaumont and de Muci-dètît, fir Robert Knolles, the lords de l'Efparre, de Cordon, de Rofem, the fouldich de la Trane *, fir Petiton de Courton, fir Aimery de Tarfe, the lord de la Barde, fir Bertrand de Caude, the lord de -Pincornet, fir Thomas Winftanley, fir Perducas d'AIbret, the baftard de Breteuil, Nandon de Bage* rant, Bertrand de la Salle, Crtîngo, La Nuit and ail the other captains of the free companies, amounting to full ten thoufand horfe. They had much better weather than the preceding divifion which crofled on the Tuefday. All thefe different bodies of men at arms were encamped in the vale of Pampeluna, to recruit their horfes. They remained in the country about Pampeluna (where they found abundance of provifion, fuch as meat, bread, wine, and all forts of food for themfeives apd horfes) until the following Sunday. • jjtouldich de la Tranev Sec Anflis. -Imuft tj6


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