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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
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to them, m many prèfent knew, if they would be plêafed to remember. f 1 entreat, therefore, you and all the company to recollect, that it was contrary to my will and wife that don Ferdinand exalted me to be his wife and queen of Portu-gal/ c Lady/ replied don John, * fear nothing, for not the leaft harm fhal be done you : we are not come hither with fueh intent, but to feek that traitor John Bernardo Audere, and put him to dteath* and then the king of Caftille may revenge it if he et», for he has been his advocate too long in this country/ Those who had been ordered' to do fought the knight, whom they discover-ed and ftew: after this, no per fon was injured; but they all returned peaceably to their homey, and the king retired to the palace. c After the death of Fernaado, the Lady Leo-nora, who had been queen of Portugal, was de-firous of quitting Lifbost and retiring to her daughter in Caftille ; for fhe had been fo much alarmed by the murder of Fernando, that fhe had ahnoft died through fear. She would not therefore remain longer m Lifbon, where fhe had neither peace nor refpect, but fent to. afk leave of the king to depart, who readily granted her requeft, adding, fhe was in the right to go away. The lady fet off with her attendante, and con-tinued her journey until fhe came to Serite, where the king and queen of Spain reflded. She found alknoft all the nobility of Spain affentMc?df there in PtaUarae&t, on the fabjtctof Portugal; for 381


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