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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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CHAP. CGXLIII. THB BASTARD HENRY OF ÇA8TILLE, BY TH« ASSISTANCE OF THE KINO OF ARRAGON AN» SIR BERTRAND DU GUESCLIN, AGAIN MAKES WAR UPON HIS BROTHER DON PEDRO. HAV* - ING DEFEATED HIM I& A BATTLE, HE IS MAD* PRISONER, AND MURDERED.—HENRY REMAINS KING OF SPAIN. ^jpHE fituatîon of the prince of Wales an4 the ftate of his affairs were well known to the neighbouring monarchs ; particularly, to the king of Arragon and king Henry ; for they took great pains to gain information concerning them, They had been truly told how the barons of Ga£ cony were gone to Paris, to wait on the king ; and that all that country was beginning to rebel againft the prince. This intelligence was not difpleafing to either of the above-mendoned kings, efpecially king Henry, who looked forward to the conqueft of Caftiile, which he had loft through the power of the prince of Wales. King Henry took leave of the king of Airagoa, and fet out from the city of Valencia, accompanied ^ by the vifcounts de Roquebertin * and de Rhodez. They had with them three thoufand mm at artns and fix thoufand infantry, including fome Genoefe, who ferved for a fubfidy. ,n , -,, , • . - ^ v..- Xll , . , r ' • t T-v jl, 1 m r i .« I • Rocaberti.—ferrera9* BrJÎ. Qen. ePEjpagne, tr*nflàtdd hf _4»H$nnilly. .,j4 TMS 345


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