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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.9

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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.9
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CHAP. IV. Sir John Holland takes Leave of the Duke of Lancaster, and returns with his Lady, through Castile, Na-varre and Bayonne, to Bordeaux.— Sir John d'Ambreticourt goes to Paris, to accomplish a Deed of Arms with the Lord Boucicaut - - 22 V. The Duke of Bourbon, on leaving Avignon, continues his March to Burgos, where he meets the King of Castille.—The Duke of Lancas-ter, being informed of this, ad-dresses himself to the King of Por-" tugal.—The Duke of Bourbon, af-ter a short Stay, takes Leave of the King' of Castille, and returns to * France - * - - - 28 VI. The Count De Foix receives the Duke ~ of Bourbon most magnificently^ and makes him handsome Presents.— - The Men at Arms who were under Sir Walter de Passac and Sir Wil-liam De LdguMc mole A© Town of St. Phagon, on their Departure -from Castille.—The King is very wroth for this against the two Cap-tains, who had remained with him 33 VII. The Duke of Lancaster leaves Sant Jago, for Coimbra, and thence goes to Bayonne - - , - ' - 39 VIII. The Count if Armagnac takes great * Paks to prevail on the free Com-panies, to give up their Forts for a Sum of Money.—The Count De Foix, underhand, prevents his Sue- 1 cess - - • 41 Page iv " CHAP.


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