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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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parutions for embarking them on board four fargf veffels, at a town and fea-port in Brittany called Conquet*. When all his purveyances had been completed and fent on board, he fet out from Ms caille at Derval f, and followed them, tfhen he embarked on board his veffel, perceiving that his people were already at fea. He made fail, and arrived at the quay of la Rochelle, where the inhabitants gave him a grand entertainment,, much againft their inclinations ; but they dared not do otherwife. He found there fir John Devreux, who commanded for the prince of Wales, as high fteward, fir Thomas Percy being with fir John Chandos. Sir John Devreux received fir Robert Knolles with great joy, and entertained him in the beft manner he could. Sir Robert remained there two days, to refrefh himfelf and his people. On the third day, he fet out, taking the road to An-goulême, and continued his journey until he arrived there. The prince and princefs were exceedingly pleafed to fee fir Robert, and it feemed they could not do enough to fhow^ it. The prince appointed him captain of the knights and fquires of his houfehold, out of love to him, and as a reward for his valour and honor. He ordered them to pay fir Robert • Conquet, —a fea-port, five leagues from Breft This name is much disfigured in all my copies, except in the Lam oignon manufcript. f Derval,—a village between Nantes and Rennes, thir-teen leagues from Nantes. the


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