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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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anfwer to-night; that he may return early tô* morrotf morning.' , x 1 , The king entered his elofet, and feet for fir Walter de Paffac and fir William de Lignac, to whom he fhewed the letters, and asked what an-*' fwer he fhould fend. The fubftance of thefe letters was, in a few words, as follows. Sir John. Holland, conftable of the Englifh army, deftred the king of Caftille to fend paffports for three, knights to come to him and return, that they might have a conference with him. The two knights replied,—f It will, my lord, be right that you grant thefe paffports, for then yoii will know what it is they want.' * I agree to it/ faid the king, and inftantly ordered a paff-Jort to be drawn out for the coming and return of fix knights, if it were agreeable to the confta-ble, with their attendants. When this was fealed with the great feal, and with the king's fignet, it was given to the herald, and twenty francs with it: having received the whole, he returned to the duke of Lancafter and the conftable at Orenfe. • The herald gave the conftable the paffport* Who appointed fir Maubrun de Linieres, fir Thomas Moreaux, and fir John d'Ambreticourt, ambaffadors to the king of Caftille. They fet off as foon as poflible, for there was much want of phyficians and medicines, as well as qf frefh ineat for the numerous fick who; were fcattered in different parts. Thefe amtmffaddrs paffed through Vilalpando, where fir Olivet4 du Giief-elîn received them handfomely; and érrtertàihed them at fupper 1 On the morrow, one of the knights called Tlntemach, a Bretoii, was their 1 conductor* 12


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