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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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am bom in legal marriage by a dispensation in due fora from the pope.* What had I beat do, then ?* (aid Lorenzo. * The belt way for you to act is to fet out iaftant-ly for your estate in Portugal* and leave the lady Leonora with her daughter: we fee no other ifw*n« of feisty for you.* *Oa my troth* I believe yon advife me Ike real friends/ anfwered Lorenzo. He only staid three days after this conversation in Caftiile, and having secretly packed mp his things rode off in hafte to Portugal, where he waited oathe mafter of Avis, faying he was oome to ferve un-der him, for he acknowledged him his king. f Don John was rejoiced at this, made him governor of Lifbon, and reftored to him all his property. Thus, as I have related to you, my lord, wae the fortune of Lorenzo d'Acwiha re-ftored to him/ The duke of Lancafter took great pleafure in this conversation with Lawrence Fongafle, for he fpoke French well, and the matter concerned him nearly. He was anxious to* learn as much as poffible, and, with- great kindnefs, faid,.— € Lawrence, fpeak out boldly : I have not thefe two yeais heard* any foreigner fo explicit, and all yon fay appears truth itfelf. Continue» there-fore,, 1 beg of you;, for the king of Portugal writes me word, you are the only per&n who can give me the fhilest mformatioa of what las bagpeaeiia that country.r é My


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