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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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Carra into France, to entreat the king in the mol amicable manner, that mt of love to him, he would fend him his two fons Charles and Peter j and that, if it were not agreeable to the king to allow of both coming to him he at leaft would let him have Charles, for a treaty t)f marriage was in contemplation between him and the daughter of king Henry of Caftille. He refolved, notwithftanding this embafly to France, to order his caftleè in Normandy to be fecretly infpe&ed and reinforced, that the French might not feize them ; for, if they were not ftrengthened in every refpeft, they might do fo ; and, fhould'they once get pofTcffio% he could not regain them when he pleafed. • He made choice, for this bufihefs, of two valiant men at arms of Navarre, in whom he had great confidence, whole names were Peter de Bafille and Ferrando. « The bifhop pf Pampeluna and fir Martin de la Carra arrived in France, and had long conferences with the king, to whom, with much reverence, they recommended the king of Navarre, and en-treated of him that he would fuffer his two fons to depart. The king replied, that he would confider of it. * They afterwards received an anfwer in the king's name, his majefty being prefent, that( the king wifhed to have his nephews, the children of Na-* varre, near him : that they could not be any where better placed : and that the king of Navarre ought ta prefer their being with their uncle, the king


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