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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 347



his army i trough which they were to pafs, with-out doing any violence or moleftation, and paying courteoufly for whatever they ihould want. The king of Navarre, when he found that m treaty had been entered into with the king of Arra-gon, came to meet the prince, attended by don Martin de la Carra. He paid him every refpeâ and honor, handfornely offering a paffage through his dominions, for himfelf, his brother the duke of Lancafter, as well as for feveral barons and knights of England and of Gafcony ; but he was anxious that the free companies Ihould • take any other road than through Navarre, The prince and the lords, who knew that their inarch would be much fhortened by going through Navarre, were not willing to renounce fuch m favor : they therefore greatly thanked the king tor his offer : and the prince managed him fo well that he obtained the fame permiffion for the companies as for the reft of his army, aflhring the king, upon his word and oath, that they fhould pafs fo peace-ably, and pay fo well for what they might want, that he wduld be fatisfied with them. The prince therefore, and his men at arms, quitted the kingdom of Caftille, on their return, marching as quietly a& they could through Na-varre. The prince was attended by the king of Navarre and don Martin de la Carra, as far as Roncevaux ; whence he continued his march tp Bayonne, where he was received with great joy. Ht remained there four days, to repofe and recruit himfelf. When he approached Bourdeaux, he was received 333


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