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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 331



ÇHAP.CGXU . * . ALL CASTILLE, APTER THE BATTLE OP -HA* VARETE, ACKNOWLEDGE DON PEDRO.—«E VROT.RACT8 THE STAY OF THE PRINCE O* WALES AT VALLADOLID, WHILST HE SEEK* *OR MONEY TO PAY THE ARMY* j^FTER this defeat at the battle of Navarete,' which was completed before noon, the prince of Wales ordered his banner to be fixed in a bulh, on a fmall eminence, as a rallying point for his men, on their return from the pnrfuit of the enemy. The duke of Lancafter, fir John Chandos, the lord de Cliflbn, the captai de Buch, the earl of Armagnac, the lord d'Albret and the other barons came thither : their banners were difplayed to affemble their raen, who formed themfèlves under them as they returned. The lord James, king of Majorca, was there,' wMi his banner before him: his men collected themfèlves under it. • A little higher, was don Martin de la Carra, with the banner of his lord, the king of Navarre. In fimilar order, were ail the other earls and barons drawn up ; fo * that it was z beautiful fight to look on and contemplate. _ • The king, don Pedro, came thither in a great heat from the purfuit, mounted upon a black courier, with his banner, emblazoned with the arms of Caftille, borne before him ; he difmounted as foon as he perceived the banner of the prince, and advanced towards it. When the prince faw him coming, he haftened, out of refpeft, to meet him. Don Pedro would have caft himfelf on his knees, to return


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