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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 384



' winds, ,and without danger. He embarked on * beard this veflel, with a fmail attendance : _ he, * however, took with him fir Martin de la Carra ' and mafter Pafchal. The king of France, fome litde rime before he fet out for Rouen, had conceived a great hatred againft the king of Navarre : he was informed fecretly, by fome of his houfehold, of all his ne-gotiations with England : in confequence, he had managed fo well with king Henry of Cajftille, that he had fent the king of Navarre his défiance, and had commenced a feverc war againft him. . The king of Navarre had therefore, before his embarkation, left the vifeount de Caftillon, the lord de Leftrac, fir Peter de Vieiinc and Bafcle, with a large body of men at arms, as well from his own country as from the county of Foix, with orders to defend his kingdom and his forts againft the Spaniards. He embarked with a very favourable wind, which landed him in Cornwall* from whence he journeyed until he came to Windfor, where king Richard and his council were. He was received fhere with great joy » for they thought they might gain much from hini in Normandy, more efpeci-ally the caftle of Cherbourg, which the EnglUh were very defirous of poflefluig. The king of Navarre explained to the king of England and his council, in a clear manner, with eloquent language, his waqts, and his reafons for coming, fo that he was willingly attended to, and received fuch: proraifes of fuccour that he was well tt: - ' fatisfied. • 872 .


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