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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 336



The prince vifited his army every day during its encampment on the plain ; for his tent was there pitched, and he gave judgment concerning arms and all things thereunto belonging : he there kept the field and wager of battle ; fo that one may truly fay, all Spain was for fome days under his command. The prince of Wales and the king don Pedro celebrated the feftival of Eafter in the city of Burgos, where they tarried upwards of three weeks. On Eafter-day, the deputies from Afturias, Toledo, Léon, Cordova, Gallicia, Seville, and from all the other provinces and towns dependent on the enwi!r of Caftiile, came to Burgos, to do homage to don Pedro. That loyal knight of Caftiile, don Fer-dinand de Caftro, came alfo thither to pay his refpe&s, whom they handfomely entertained, and were very happy in feeing. When the king don Pedro had refided iii Burgos father more, than the time I have mentioned, and had learnt from exa& information that the rebellioft was at an end, all.having returned to their ai* legiance, the prince of Wales, in order to fatisfy his âfmy, and to adb conformably to what was becom-ing him, faid to the king ; f Sir king, you are now, thanks to God, king and lord over your country : all rebellion and oppofitioh to you are at an end : we therefore remain here at fuch very great expenfe that I muft defire you will provide yburfelf with money fufficient to pay thofe who have replaced you in your kingdom, and that you now fulfil all the articled of the treaties which you have fworn and feakd 3**


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