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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.7

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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.7
page 301



• 2§i be appeafed nor comforted. He declared with an oath, he should never again tafte joy, for the lofs of fo many noble knights, who had perifhed through his fault. ' At the end of the three days the king had •• paffed at Santaren, his knight, fir Martin Harene,* - came into the town, bringing with him his ma-jesty's helmet, which was estimated at twenty thousand francs, on account of the rich jewels with which it was ornamented. Much had been faid on this fubject in the king's houfehold, and some had declared he had fraudulently carried it off, and would never more return. When the knight came before the king, he cast himself on . yg jcneeg^ arwj made such fair excuses that the king and his council held him blameless. Things remained in this ftate, and the king of • Caftiile returned to Burgos the twenty-fifth day . after his arrival at Santaren, having difmifled his whole army, Négociations were now entered on between the kings of Caftiile and Portugal, and a truce was made between them and their _ allies, as well on land as at fea» from Michaelmas until the firft day of May. The bodies of the barons and knights who had been flain at Aijubarota, were buried in that and in the neighbouring churches : the bones of many were carried by their fervants to : their own countries. * His name is not mentioned in the printed copies until now, bût be is called in my M5S, Peter Harem. U2 CHA*


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