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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.4

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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.4
page 133



pttfotttitÛG<y and homage to the duke, dedtriag themfelves willing to pay him all affeftbn, ferviçt and obedience. Thh they fwore in the prince's prefençe, and they all kifled him on the mouth*. After thefe affairs were fettled* the prince did not fârry long m Bourdeaux, but embarked on board Ms veffel with the princefs and his fon, aeconw fanied by the earls of Cambridge and Pembroke. There were in this fleet five hundred combatant?, befides archer*. They had favourable weather* and, meeting with no accident, arrived fefely at Southampton. They were *dtfembarked j and, *fter having ttlrcfhcd themfelves for two djtys, all mounted their horfes, and Mok the road fm Wmdfof, except the prince, pho was carried in lis litter. Oft their arrival, they found the king, iifc» Was then there, fie feccived his chtldrai wry kîndîy, and made many enquiries into the-lute of Gtriennc. Aftcf the prince had naaee feme ftay with At king, he took lus leave, mi recked id'his manor fX Berkhaftnftead, twenty m:ïm fret» the tatty -df London. We wffl for the prient fcavc #ie prince, and lay what hadpsffied in Aquitaine. Soon after the -departure of the prince fr*m Bourdeaux, the duke of Lancafter ordered prepa^. rations for the funeral of his nephew Edward. It • JBjyU*eb*omakEmuie. Hoittagfc de fcooch*«tdts/mains h &me 'by a vafial with lKadiuflC(vest4^fauids^oi)ird,%nd %Mk tfntfcd, whfchdnnifcina* 10-fight'for kk l«dvoa)fiii dtfeflce of the la^iwlNtedf èi'ialdM^QmMVi. was


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