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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 339



3al ElN© HBKRY OF CASTILLE, HAVING ESCAPED FROM THE BATTLE OF NAJARA, MAKES WAR UPON ACQUITAIN1.—THE PRINCE OF WALES LEAVES SPAIN, DISCONTENTED W|TH THE KING DON PEDRO. J^ING Henry, as has been before related, efcaped the beft way he could, and, leaving his enemies behind him, conduced his wife and children as quickly as he was able to the city of Valencia, where the king of Arragon refided, who was his godfather and friend : to him he related the ill fuc-cefs of the battle. Upon confidering the ftate of his affairs, he determined to make a longer journey, and vifit the duke of Anjou, who was then at Montpellier, to tell him his misfortunes. The king of Arragon approved of thfe plan, and confented to his leaving him, becaufe the duke was an enemy to the prince of Wales, who was his too near neighbour. . King - Henry then departed from the king of Arragon, leaving his wife and children in the city of Valencia. Purfuing his journey, he paffed through Jîarbonne, which is the firft city of the realm of France on that fide ; then through Beziers, tod that country, until he arrived at Montpellier, where he found the duke of Anjou, who loved him much, and as cordially hated the Englifh, though he was çot at war with them. Y 3 The' CHAP. CCXLI.


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