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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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tilts were well performed and lasted a confider* able time: a young knight, called fir John De-strenne, from near Beaumont in Hainault, won the prize. This knight tilted to the falisfaction of the lords and ladies, and received as the prize a clafp of precious ftones, which ' the duchefs of Burgundy took from her bread; and the admiral of France and fir Guy de la Tri-mouille prefented it to him. Thefe feajts and amufements continued until, Friday, when they took leave of the king after dinner ; and the king,' the lords and the ladies departed from Courtray. The duchefs of Bur-gundy carried with her, to Arras, Margaret of Hainault, her daughter-in-law : and madame de Hainault carried madame Margaret of Bur-gundy to Quefnoy. Thus ended all this bu-finefs. CHAP. LXXV/ THE DUKE OF BERRY BETROTHES HIS DAUGH-TER TO THE SON OF THE COUNT DE BLOIS. —THE DUKE OF BOURBON AND THE COUNT DE LA MARCHE ISSUE THEIR SUMMONS TP INVADE LIMOUSIN, ABOUT this time there Avas a treaty of mar riage between Louis de Blois, fon of the count Guy de Blois, and the lady Mary de Berry, daughter of the duke of Berry. The count de Blois carried his countefs and his fon Jxuis, well attended by lords and ladies, to Bourges


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