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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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"The kingfaid, c By no means, for it is uncertain how long I may be forced to remain here/ Upon this, the knights took leave of the king-, and returned to the prince ; to whom they related what had pafled, with the anfwers of the king of Majorca. He replied, c Be it fo then.' The prince and his whole army now began their march towards a good city called Madrigay *, where he ftaid a fcort time. He then advanced to a valley called de Foiriet, upon the borders of Spain, Arragon and Navarre, where he and his army remained upwards of a month : for fome of the paffes on the borders of Arragon were (hut againft him ; and it was re-ported in the army, that the king of Navarre (whot had lately come out of prifon) had compromifed Mr quarrel with the baftard of Spain and the king of Arragon, and had engaged to cut off the retreat of the prince through his dominions. However, as it appeared afterwards, there was no truth in this re-port : neverthelefs, it was fufpeôed, becaufe he was in his kingdom, and had not waited on the prince. While the prince remained in ' this fituation, he fent negotiators to an appointed place between Spain and Arragon, where they met others from the king of Arragon, with whom they had long conferences for feveral days : at laft, it was finally agreed, that the king of Arragon fhould open his country for the peaceable return of the prince and • Madrigay. Agreda.—Ce//W Hift. of the Black Print*, f Foirie. Vale of Sona, between Arragon and Spain.— COLLIN ». Ms S32


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