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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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3*i ftable of Spam, and received the eftate of Sowi, worth twenty thoufand francs a-year. The king gate to his nephew, fir Olivier de Mauny, the eftate of Crefte, worth ten thoufand francs a-year : and fa on to the other knights with fuch liberality that they were all contented. King Henry went to Burgos with his queen and children, to hold his court there, which he did in a princely ftile *. . The kings of France and of Arragon, as well as the duke of Anjou who loved him perfonally, were very much rejoiced at the fortunate event of the war. About this time died, the lord Lionel of England, who • had croffed the Alps, as has been before re-lated, and had taken for his wife the daughter of the lord Galeas Vifconti, fovereign of Milan. t But, as his death appeared extraordinary t* the lord Ed-ward Defpenfer, his companion, who had remained with • * King Henry afiembled the flatus of the realm at Me-dina d'el Campo, to make arrangements for recompenfing the French and other knights. They paid Bertrand du Guefclin one hundred and twenty thoufand gold florins. The king alfo gave Soria, Almazan, Atiença, Montéagiido and Seron, with their dependencies, to fir Bertrand : to Olivier de Manny, Agreda : Ribadéo» with the title of count, to the Viguerde Villames, whom he married to a lady of the Guzman family : Aquilar de Campo to Geoffry Relor, and Villalpand to Arnold Solier.* Ferrerai Htft. fEfpagne, vol. v. pp.-414, 415. f ' Anno Domini 1367, et regni 42 Edwardï» Leonellos dux Clarentix obiit in natali S. Marix, ut fertur, potions-%mS LILAMD CoUcâatua, vol. i. p.2$u 'Quo


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