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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 279



• lis greater parti bf the people, • M well as thé king; had greater faith in him. There were in the pay of the church, and yoderthe command of .this bifhop of Norwich, feveril good knights of England and Gafcony, fuch asthe lord de Beaumont, fir Hugh Càlverley* fir Thomas Trivet* fir William Hèlinon^ Çr John Ferrers* fir Hugh Spenfer nephew pf thebifhcip, being his brother's fon, fir William Fermiton^ fir Matthew Redman, governor of Berwick, the lord de Ghâteauneuf, and his brother fir John de Ghateauœuf, Raymond Mafibn, William de Pau, Gariot Vighier, John dé Cachitan, with many others : in the Whole, about five hundred lances, and fifteen hundred other men ; but there were multitudes of priefts^ becaufe it was an affair of the church and had been fet on foot by thé popè. The men at arms were punctual in laying ill their flores, and the king gave them a paffagë from Dover and Sandwidh. Their purveyances W^re at thofe places • about Eafter ; and all whd weredefirous of going on thi* expedition; which wm a fort of croifade, marched thither, in finall bodies. . , ,• . .» :. r « r- .»» . Before the biftep add the dàptaitis êfhfarked-, but particularly fir Hugh Calverifey^ fir Tho-mas Trivet and fir William Helihon, they were fuqimeqed to attend the king's council, where? they fçiemnly fvrorejin theprefenceof the king* to fulfil the object of the expedition, and that they would never make war on, or harrafe any country or mm who acknowledged pope Urban, * " but


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