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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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the council of Caftille has handfomely allowed our fick to enter any towns they may pleafe for? the recovery of their health, they muft not, when well, return to you in Galicia, not in Portugal? And if we pafs through France, i* our road to Calais, the French knights of thé council of Caftille have conditioned that we dor not arm againft France for the fpace of fix years, utilefs the king of England command iâ perfon.' -Sir John/ faid the duke, *you muft know • that the French, whenever they %ave an oppoN ' tunity, will take every advantage over us. But I will tell you how you fhaU act. You will pafs through Caftille in a courteous manner, and, when you (hall be on the frontiers of Na-varre, fend to the king : he is our coufin : for-merly we were ftrongly united, and the connec-tion is not broken ; for, ever fince we bore arras for him in his war againft our adverfary of Caf-tille, we have conftantly kept up a mutual cor-refpondence, like confies and friends. We have never Had any quarrel, nor have we, like the French, made war upon him. For thefe rea-fons, he will readily grant permifiion for you and your men to pafs through his country. _ On your arrival at St. Jean du Pied des Ports, take thi road through Bifeay to Bayonne : that m our inheritance : and thence you may go to Bordeaux without any danger from the French, to refrefh yourfelves. When recovered, you may there embark, traverfe the deep, and land in Cornwall or Southampton, as the wind may be favourable,,1 Sir. 23


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