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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.5

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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.5
page 52



-Tpjtl?; t|e 1qh4 # rjEfajtjp Pont Rerç^j jthe courut PtfJlois aruj brptfrpr Roggr ta Coxcfifc and thp# lord ds Chaftillon tp Mundçrt. In th^s m^napr wprc tfre .xrjcrj at ^rr^&,diftribi}tç4, and thp king of Navarre lem^ined in fys p^acp at Pampe-luna. The garions, in N^yarrç continued in peace without iuapifeiling any inclination to m^f excurfions durjrçg the winter : on which Recount, the Spaniards difperfedf and king Henry lyent to reiide $t Seville, jaccQmppk^ by his queen and childrcq, ' . I \.l MU9 WW J « 11 il, ,r J J t 7:jepAP. x. • f Pf INGilSiT AND VAYARROIS. OVESRU* THE KINGDOM Of SPAIW ,-rrTHE EVENTS T»Afc - : BEJEL THLM THERE, QIR Thomas' Trjvet, and his companions were • quartered in ,Tudela, and had not done any thing fincè tlie.ir entrance/' into Nayarfe ; but* hearing that the Spanilh army was dilbanded, they determined to make an excurfiqn into Spain, to perform fomething for their pay.. They made preparations ' for a fecret expedition, and feht in-formation of'it to the count Pultois and'his brother Roger, who came to Tudela with two hundred Jances and three hundred fhields : when they Were • Pont i la Reine,—-Punte à la Reynk,^p|ear$ by "the map to be in Arragoru " ' ' ' • - ' • ''all 4J


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