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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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the married couple were, they were both laid in the fame bed. This marriage and the confequent feafts being over, which lafted for eight days, the council of Portugal ordered the men at arrets who were in Lifbon to march to other quarters on the frontiers. The earl of Cambridge and a part of his army were fent into quarters at a very handfome town in Portugal called Eftremoure*,. and the remainder of the Englifh and Gafcons to Befioufef. John of Cambridge remained with the king. When the canon de Roberfac, and the Eng-lifh and Gafcon knights, took leave of the king, he faid to them,—c My friends, I order you not to make any attacks on the enemy without my knowledge ; for, if you do, I fhall be much an. gered.' They fwore, * they would not, by God, and, whenever they had fuch an inclination, would fend to inform him, and have his per-miffion.' They then departed and marched towards Be-j fioufe, which is fituated in.the upper part of the country, two days journey from Lifb.on and as many from Seville, where the king of Spain re-fided. The king of Spain had been early informed of the arrival of the Englifh under the command of the earl of Cambridge, and had fent intelligence of it to thofe knights in France on whofe fervices * Eftremoure, Q. if not Eftremoz. - + Befiouse. Q. if not Villa Viciosa, a town near Eftremoz ; for D. Sauvage, in a marginal note, fays la Salle calls it Vc-fiouse, which feems a corruption of Viciofa, and confirms me it mud be Villa Vicio'a. he


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