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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 388



ci as 1 fay, and he will still more exert himfelf* on the day of the obfequies ofmy late king and brother, which will fhortly be performed in this town, when all the nobility of the kingdom, unlefs they fend excufes, mast be afTembled.' f Thofe prefent anfwered, that he did not furprife them by what he had faid, for they well knew it was fo; but, fhould they hear don Fer-nando fay any thing contrary, to his ' intereft, they would that day provide a remedy againft it. Upon this, the meeting broke ùp. € Not long after, the obfequies of the late king were performed in the church of the Francifcans at Lifbon, where he lies, and the ceremony was attended by great numbers of the nobility, ac-cording to the invitations they had received from the queen, and Fernando Audere who governed her. The grand master 6f Avis was prefent, and many from the towns of Coimbra, Oporto and Ourique, who had afferited to what had been propofed at Lisbon. When the ceremony was over, don Fernando Audere .entreated the nobili-ty, who had afsifted in behalf of the queen, not to leave Lisbon for a day or two, that he might have a conference with them, • oh the means he should ufe to fend to king John of Caftiile, as his queen was now become the legal heirefs of Portugal. Many of the nobles paid no attention to what he had faid; for they were afraid of the people then present, as they had heard them declare, they would only have the matter of Avis 37«


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