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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 343



the country. Notwîthftanding this, king Henry and the Bretons did a great dead of damage ; for Mi army was continually increafing. We will now return to the prince of Wales and his army, who had been encamped at ValladoHd and its environs, waiting for the return of don Pedro. The prince had continued at Valladolld until after the feaft of St. John the Baptift, expeâmg don Pedro, who did not return, nor could he learn any certain tidings of him. He became very melancholy, and affembled his council, that they might deliberate what was beft to be done. The council advifed the prince to fend two or three knights to remonftrate with the king on his fituation, and to demand the reafon why he did not keep ta the agreement he had made, nor return the day he had himfelf appointed. Sir Nêle Loring, fir Richard Pontchardon and fir Thomas Banafter were ordered to make them-feives ready to wait on don Pedro. Thefe knights of the prince fet out immediately, and rode on until they came to the city of Seville, where don Pedro was, who in outward appearance, received them with great joy. * The knights delivered their meflage pun&ually and literally, as they had been ordered by the prince* The king don Pedro replied, and by way of ex* cufing himfelf, faid ; * It is, my lords, very dik pleafing moft certainly to us, that we have not been able to perform what we had covenanted to do with our coufin the prince. We have remon-ftrated ourfelves, and made others do fo with our V ' - * fob-


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