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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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/bettered, and the broken pièce» flew over their helmets. This combat w*s much praifed by fill the knights of each fide who were prefent. They then took leave of each other with much refpecfc, ajid returned to their different quarters, for no .other deeds of arms were performed. Peace being now restored,, both Spaniards and Portuguese returned to thpir own homes. In fuch manner was this "great affembly of Spa-niards, Englifli and Portuguese broken up. At this time, news was broughtto the army of the king of Spain, that the Jring of Granada had declared war against the kings of Barbary and Tremeçen, and that all men at arms who might wifli to go thither would be received into pay. The king of Granada had fent paflports, and ordered his meffengers to fay, that to thofe who arrived in Granada, he would advance a qutr* ter's pay. Several "French knights who wiflied to advance themfelves, as fir Tristan de Roye, fir GeofFry dé Chargny, fir Peter de Clermont, took leave of don John of Castille, and went to thofe parts in fearch of deeds of arms. Some Englifli went thither alfo, ' but they were few in number ; for the earl of Cambridge conducted them to Eng* land, carrying his fon with him. He (hewed how much diflatisfied he was with the king by not leaving. this fon behind, who had been be-, trothed to the infanta of Portugal, The earl faid the air of Portugal did not agree with his fon's health ; and, in fpite of every thing the Jdng could urge, he would not permit hin» 66 1


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