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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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camp, bût that every tiling fhould be bijrntf that the town might not be infected. • All the provifion and flores were given up to the flanies ; but I believe, wherever any money and plate were found, better care was taken of them. * ^ f The king of Caftille, on his arrival at Santa-ren, which is on the borders of his realifc, re-gained there for fome time. He made the moft earneft felicitations to France for fuccour, but more particularly to Gafcôny, Béarn and the . county of Foix, wipther he fent three horfe* team with nobles of Caftille and florins, as an advance to knights and fquires, for he weff kîiew hè could not by any other means induce them to quit their cafties or country. . ' ^ c The courage of the barons and knights of Portugal was much exalted when they found the king of Caftille had retired from Lifbon, which* be hadbefieged for upwards ofa year ; but more •f^éckly the commonalities of Oporto, puri-q*e arid Coimbra. They took counfei togethêiv and rafttmtly determined to crowti the mafter of Avis king; for they had, through their love and géàè pleasure, already raifèd him tt that hohôiiir, ftfài^it wàf the common- wifh of the country, HÉH that God would that he fhould be crowned; fot he haddïfplayèd his virtuéà ttt the Caftillians. . € It was proclaimed throughout thé çbiiniry, ^atsÉthtèréfted fhould be at Coimfytadh à certain Jay when the mafter of Àvià wbulçl be folemnly emwmd king of Portugal. All thofe of his party, and, confideririg the lie of the country, it wô* a numerous body, attended thé cortffcatiofc, Which1 yvas performed by the bifhops and prelate* with Ci 4 . grta*


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