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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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• 19 • Bretons, -French, Normans and Poitevins, milder the command of fir Oliver dn Guefclin, The Enghfti had more confidence in thofe I hare named, and with reafon, than in the CaftiHiatli. Fhus was the expédition of the doke of Lan-cafter pot an end to, and every cine fought the heft he could for himfelf. " You may f&ppofe this was a bitter difappointment to the duÉé, for he law all his ambitious expectations anni-hilated : he bore, however, his misfortune like a gallant prince m he was, for he perceived he coidd not any way amend it. The king of Portugal., finding the bttftt#ft wm over, difmMfed his army, retaining onlf three hundred fpears, and left Orefifc, with the drçke of Lancafter, who returned #iih his •duchefe to Sant Jago de Compofteîlâ. % The king remained therewith them fotr days: on the* fifth he departed, with all wbm hate companled him, for Oporto, where his qtiêeti refided. . - I mûft now relate what befêl mmy of tlofe knights mè fqnires who, on iearvingrthe d«ke^ had retired into Caftille, andf w'ere lodged ifc different towns. Thofe who head been afflicted •with the difofder, notmthfta«diwg ' they had changed the air and medicines, could never v€+ cover, and fêterai died im Vilalpando., Many barons and knights of England died, in* their bedfc, to tke great lofs of their country, white-the king of Caftille was obtaining for them pa& fiorts- -to- travel through No?arre and France ; but the dift&nce, and other obftacles, delayed the accomplifhrnent. ' 'Ci ' * " ; - Three


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