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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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Oporto, and the duke of Lancafter advance along the borders of Galicia; and fomewhere between them and Oporto the meeting was to be held. When the englifh knights had remained three days at Cojmbra, they departed and followed the fame road back to Sant Jago, where they related to the'duke and duchefs all that had pâffed. They were, with reafon, well fatisfied with it, for their affairs feemed now likely to be attended to. When the day of meeting approached, the duke of Lancafter left his army, under the command of his marfhal, at Sant Jago, and, attended by three hundred fpears and fix hundred archers, and fir John Holland (who had married his eldeft daugh-ter), with many knights, rode towards the frontiers of Portugal. The king of Portugal, hearing that the duke was fet out from Sant Jago, left Oporto with fix hundred fpears, and went to a town called in that country Moufon #, the laft town of Portugal on that fide. The ^ duke came to a town on the fron-tiers called Magafle f. Between Moufon and Magaffe ruûs a fmall river through meadows and fields, over which is a bridge called Pont de More \. On a Thurfday-morning, the king of Portugal ' and the duke of Lancafter had their firft inter-view at this bridge, attended by their efcorts, when they made acquaintance with each other. On the king of Portugal's fide had been built a bower, co- • Moufon. a. , f Magaffe. Q. % Pont de More. O vered 70


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