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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.6

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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.6
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Page CHAP. VII. The king of ' France cannot obtain " Money from the Receiver at Paris. —The Duke of Anjou marches into Italy with a, noble Attendance of Knights - - - - 34 ' VIII. The Earl of Savoy, who had accom- ' panied the Duke of Anjou • to Na-ples, orders a Man to be beheaded, who had boasted that he would give them Possession of the Castçl Del Ovo by Enchantment. - - 40 IX. The Canon de Robersac makes another . Excursion contrary to the Will of the King of Portugal, and takes several Places adjoining to Seville • -« 44 X. The Canon and his Companions gain much Booty from the King, of Cas-tilte.—They mutiny against the King of Portugal, who orders their Pay to be instantly delivered to diem - 49 XI* The Kings of Castille and Portugal as-semble their Forces.—Peace made between them, against the Will of the English - - - - 59 - XII» A Joust between a French Knight and an English Squire..—The Earl of Cambridge leads back his Army to England, with " his Son, whose be-trothed Wife, the Infanta of Portu-gal, is afterwards married to the King of Castille - „ , - 64 ' XIH* Ghent is in great Distress for Provisi-ons. They are succoured by the Inha-• ' UtmU of liege 69 iv CHAP.


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