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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
page 109



tîace In France, who quartered themfelves in Ffatt* ders and Artois. When the middle of Auguft came, which wa§ the time fixed on for tlrc invafion taking place, in order the more to haften thofe from the dif-tant parts of the realm; and, to fhew that the king was in earaeft to embark, he took leave of queen Blanche, the duchefs of Orleans and the other princelTes. He heard a folemn mafs in the church of nôtre Dame at Paris, and it was his intention, when he fhouid quit Paris, never to reenter it until he had landed in England ; and of this all the principal cities and towns were per-foaded. The king of France went to Senlis, whither he was accompanied by his queen : the duke of Berry was in Berry, though his purveyances were colieomg in Flanders and at Sluys, like the others. The duke of Burgundy was alfo in his own country, but he bade adieu to his duchefs and children, and fet off for Flanders, meaning to take leave of his aunt, the duchefs of Brabant, in his way thither. Gn his departure from Burgundy, he travelled in great pomp and magnificence, attended by the admiral of France and the lord Guy de la Tri-mouille, unto Bruffels, where the duchefs and her ladies received him and his company with great joy. He tarried there two days, and then went to Mons in Hainault, where he found his daughter madame d'Oftrevant, duke Albert, and his fon the lord William of Hainault, count d'Oftrevant, who entertained them handfomely, and conducted the duke 96


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