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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
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' ' ,» • CHAP. XI. • • » SÏR THOMAS ^jRîVÊTftrAKfc* AH EXCURSION TOT THE tèiwW 6t ALVAflO IN C AST I & L £ ^*P1AC COfcéLlfrDED^ BETWEEN THE KINGS OF SPAIN AND NAVARRE THE DEATH OF HENRY* KING OF SPAIN.-—IS SON JOHN IS CROWNED AS HIS SUCCESSOR. fJC/HiLST king Henry refidcd at Seville, in the f ¥ heart 0f his kingdom, news was brought to him that the Eagliih had made an incurfion, and burnt the town of Soria, in. the name of the king of Navarre, * He was much enraged thereat, and fWore he would make them pay for it. He wrote, letters to his fon, John of Caftille, inftantly com-manding him to iffue a particular fummon3 through-out the kingdom, and tp affemble the nobles ; for that he fhould very (hortly be in Caftille, to revenge hinjfelf on the king of Navarre for the excelles which.he had committed. . The infant neither dared nor wifhed to difobey the commands of his father, but immediately ifllicd the fummons. Whilft thefe men at arms were collecting, and before the arrival of king Henry, fir Thomas Tri* Vet refolved to march towards a handfome town in Spain called Alfaro. In this defign, he fet out one. evening from Cafcante, leaving there the king of Navarre, yvith only one hundred lances j but they were


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