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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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damfels of tie town and country, who were all affembled to meet her. She was married to thé king, in the chapel of the palace of Weftmin-ster, the twentieth day after Chriftmas. On the wedding day, there were great feafiings. That gallant and noble knight fir Robert de Naraur had always accompanied her, from the time ghe quitted Germany until fhe was taarried, for which the emperor and king of England held themfelves much obliged. The king carried his queen to Windfor, where he kept an open and noble houfe. They were very ' happy together. She was accompanied by the princefs of Wales and the duchefs of Brit-tany, aunt to the king, who at that time was fe-parated from the duke her hufband ; for the ba-rons and council of England would not cohfehC to her return into Brittany, becaufe he had changed to the French intereft. The barons and knights were accuftomed to fay,— * Since the duke of Brittany has fo ill and fo treacheroufly acquitted himfelf to the earl of Buckingham, and to our men, the laft time they were in France, whenever, he fhall de-mand back his duchefs, let us not confent to it, but fend him his two enemies, Johh and Guy of Brittany, children to St. Charles de Blois, and who have a better right to the duchy than himfelf ; he is duke through our power, and an ungrateful return does he make for what he has had from" usj we ought therefore to act inr like manner to him, for his difgraceful con-duct.' True it is, that thefe two. lords, John VOL. VI. D ' and


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