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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.8

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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.8
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and they had'-the-tribal fihe weather of iiat plea-faht feafefi. They coafted the ifles of Wight and Guernfey, fo that'they werediftinâly feen from the norman ihores ; and a fine fight it ' was, for there were upwards of two hundred: fail. It was delightful to obferve the galleys, which -had men at arms onboard, coàft the fliores in fearch of ad-ventures j as they had heard thefrench fleet was at fea. In truth, they were out before they fheweci thémfelves on the coafts of Carentân $ but, when they perceived them approaching, they retired into (be port of Havre. • 1 - • CHAP.ÏI, ' MANY FRENCH KNIGHTS AND SSUIRES OFFER, THEI& SERVICES TO THE KING OF CASTILLS. J^OTHING happens but what is known,- more • particularly if relating to deeds of arms ; fot knights and fquires willingly cohverfe on fuch to-pics. The news of the defeat of the king of Caf-tille at 'Aljubarota was foon fpread abroad, and was known in France j forthofe who had loft their friends or relations loudly lamented them. ' Caftille alone offerçd a field for deeds of arms, as it was rumoured the duke of Lancafter, to fupport his claim on that crown, had affembled a large army, &nd would march thither fcr to Portugal, and without doubt there would be many battles. SOWO 6


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