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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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that lords, faid,—c Liften, fair Géridemen : yoi! *have had falfe information, for 'certainly there is not any fiege before Seville, either by land or water : had there been any appearance of itf the ferrrbour would have fhewn it. We have no oc-casion to go thither, unlefs we wifh to' be made prifoners ; for the king of CaftiHe is furely there, as it is a city in which he delights • to dwell pre-ferably to any other.* ^ , • The failors were with difficulty believed :' how-ever, they were fo at laft, when, quitting the coaft of Seville, they entered the fea of Portugal, and arrived in the port of Lifbon precifely at the very hour when their obfequies were performing in the church of St. Catherine at Lifbon. The barorts and knights were all clothed in black, for they C#nfidered them as having periflied at fea. You may fuppofe the joy was great when they learnt 'their fife arrival, and that they had efcaped Ihip-Wreck. They enjoyed themfelves much together, and the Gafcon knighti foon forgot their mis-fortunes. We will leave the affairs of Portugal, as no deeds of arms were done, and return to Flanders, and iay what happened there at this periocL ' • ^ * $W OF THE FIFTH VOLUME. # Brooke, Printer, Paternoster How. 98* •


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