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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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itred with leaves, in which the duke was enter-tained at dinner by the king. It was a handfome one; and the bifhop of Coimbra, the bifhop of Oporto, as alfo the archbifhop of Braganza, were feated at the kings table with the duke, and a little below him were fir John Holland and fir Henry Beaumont. There were many minftrels, and this entertainment lafted until night. The king of Portugal was that day clothed iii white lined with crimfon, with a red crofs of St. George, being the drefs of the order of Avis, of which he was grandmafter *. When the people had eleâed him their king, he declared he would always wear that drefs in honour of God and St. George, and his attendants were all dreffed in white and crimfon* When it became late, they took leave of each other, with the engagement of meeting again on the morrow. The king went to Moufon, and the duke to Magaffe, which places were only feparated by the river and meadows. On the Friday, after hearing mafs, they mounted their horfes, and rode over the Pont de More, to the fpot where they had met the preceding day. The houfe which had been ere&ed for this occafton was the falreft and greateft that had been ever feen there. The king and duke had each their apart-ment! hung with cloth and covered with car-peu, as convenient as if the king had been at JLif-bon or the duke in London. * tffôiflart miftakéf the colour of the crafi ; it was green, Md botte m the left Me. Before 71


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