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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
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He left all the fenéfchals and other officers as they were before. The council of the Gafcons, Poitevins and Sain-tongers ordered fir Guifcard d'Angle, the lord de Pinane and fir Aimery de Tarbe to accompany the duke to England, in order more fully to ex-plain the affairs of Aquitaine ; and the duke, by waiting for them, delayed fome little his voyage. When all was ready, they embarked on board of veflels in the harbour of Bourdeaux, which is large and fpacious. The duke was attended by a large body of men at arms and archers, having fixty veflels in the fleet, including thofe with proyi-fions : he carried with him his lady and her fifter. They failed with favourable winds, which brought them fafe to Southampton, where they difembark-ed, and entered the town. They repofed them-felves there for two days, when they fet out, taking the road to Windfor, where the king rçfidçd. He received his fon the duke, the ladies, damfels, and the foreign knights with great j?y and feafts, but efpecially fir Guifcard d'Angle, whom he was de^ lighted to fee. About this time that gallant knight fir Walter Manny* departed this life in the city of London ; for which allthe barons and knights of England were much affliéted, on account of the loyalty and prudence they had always found in him. He was • Sir Walter Manny. Sec Dugdale. He came to England Witk $Becn Philippe-was knight of the Garter. 150 buried


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