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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 212



had rt§pnçd all &at had been" conqtieifd firom hirç*» r fofe what retrained* . : At ihii period, the army wdçr the cofaimod fff &e d»ke of Lancafter wai completed. . It was •very numerous, and had beto ordered to Calais i but .the king and council changed ks deftmation, having determined it fhould go to Poitpu, Sain-tpnge and la Rochelle, as being the places where the buftnefs was the moft preffing. The king of England ifïued a fpecial foramons throughout the realm* ordering aU perfons capable of bearing arms to come properly equipped to Southampton and Its neighbourhood by a certain day, wfcea they were to embark, : -Now? either wifhed or dared to difobcy the • .command* fo that numbers of men at arms and «rchers of all forts marched towards the fea«csaft, «hère there were about four hundred veflfeb of different fizes ready to receive them. The prin? cipal .nobility waited on the king and hi* femily* who reftded at Weftminftcr, . - It had been fettled between the king and prince, that if cither of them fhould die in this expedition, the fon of the prince, named Richardj born at JSourdcaux, fhould ftacceed to the crown. When theitfoce ai the nobles were atibnbfed abou£ the king before his departure, the prince caufed them, to acknowledge, that in cafe he fhould die before &3 father, his fon fhould foccecd as kwg of Eng-land after the deccafe of his grandfather* The «arts, barPH5| knights, .and commonaky ,rf the ' ' ' H ' country 300


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