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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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vtBpit knight/ ipd much lamented; but none can ftrive againft death. His obfequies were very honourably performed, and the king of Portugal ^nd the duke of Lançafter attended them. The three knights waited on the duke, to (hew him their papers, and relate what they had feen fnd heard Some faid, the conditions were hard ; but others denied it, and faid they were courteous enough, confidering the fituation and danger they were in. It was known in the army, that the duke would difcharge all whQ defired it, and that they might enter Caftille with fafety. Thofe who were ill, or feeble, and wiftied to change the air, took leave of the duke and conftable, and left the army as foon m they were able, but, before- their departure, many received their whole pay in hard money, others had fufficient fecurity for it, fo that they were all well contented.- Some went to Vilal-pando, others to Ruelles, to Noya, to Medina del Campo, to Caleforis or to St. Phagon. They were every where well received, and had lodg-ings found them, and had their names written down and given to the different governors in the manner I have mentioned. The greater part of the nobility went to Vilal-pando, becaufe it was garrifqned by foreigners, fays, that—' be departed thi§ life the year enfuing (10th Richard II.) on * WedneWay preceding the feat of St. Mi-chael/ . * This does not tally with the feafçR of the year when t I heats are fo gpeat in Spain. ,Bretons« - 18


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