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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 289



forking John's ranfom,and that the town of Calais fhould be difmanded* This the king of England would fievcr confent to. The truces were there-fore prolonged until the fe?ft of St. John the Bap-tift in the year 1376. The lords remained all that winter in Bruges, and fome time? longer. In the ftimmcr, each returned to his pwn country, except the duke of Brittany: hç continued in Flankers with his copfip the count Louis, who entertained him handfomely. In this year, on Trinity-Sunday, that flower of Englifh knighthood the lord Edward of England, prince pf Wale* and of Aquitaine, • departed this life in the palace of Weftminffcr near London. His body was embalmed, placed in a leaden coffin, and kept until the enfuing Michaelmas, in order that he might be buried with greater pomp and magnificence When the parliament aflcmblcd in J^ondon*. King Charki of Pupce, on account of his line-age, had funeral fcrvice for the prince performed with great magnificence, in the holy chapel of the palace in Paris, which was attended, according to she king's order*, by many prelates and cobles pf the realm of France. The tnjees, through the mediation of the am? baffiufcrs, were again prolonged until thç firft day of April, • The prince of Wales was ljurie4 in the cathç/lral at Can-terbury.«-for partkulara, fee Mr. Googh'a Sepulchral Motau-ments. T 3 Wc §77


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