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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
page 46



m wrote to fay, they had granted this favour to their coufin the lady Anne, at their felicitation alone, and for no other reafon whatever. Such information was very pleafing to the duke and duchefs of Brabant, as well as to thofe t who were to crofs the fea. Preparations were immediately made for their departure from Bruf-fels ; and the young lady took leave of her uncle, her aunt* and the ladies and damfels of the country who had accompanied her. The duke had her efcorted with one hundred fpears. She paffed through Ghent, where she repofed herfelf for a day, and the citizens did every thing in their power to shew her honour. She then came to Bruges, where the earl of Flanders received her very magnificently, and flopped for three days. She continued her journey until fhe came to Gravelines, where the earls of Saiiftury and Devonshire were waiting for her, with five hundred fpears and as many archers. They conducted her to Calais, when the Brabanters returned, after they had deliver-ed her to the barons of England. • The young lady made no ftay at Calais but until the wind became favourable. She embarked • on a Wednefday morning when the veffels were manned, and-the feme day arrived at Dover, where she halted to repofe herfelf two days i on the third, she fet out for Canterbury, where the earl of Buckingham received her very grandly. The lady purfued her jour* ney unto London, and was moft honoura-bly received by the citizens, the ladies and '- - . . damfels


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