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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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" Sir John replied, he would punctually follow the plan he had laid down, and began to make his preparations accordingly. It was not long after this that the conftable, with all the men at arms and others, took their departure; mnd the duke and duchefe remained at Sant Jago, attended by their houfehold only. Sir John Holland carried his lady with him, and arrived at the city of Camores *, which is large and handfome, where he met the king of Caftille, fir Walter de Paffac and fir William de Lignac. They politely received him and his company, as lords do when they meet. In truth, the king was more rejoiced at the departure of the Englifli than at their arrival for it feemed clear to him that the war was completely at un end, and that * fhe duke of Lancafter would never be able to bring again fo large a force to Caftille from England, for he was well informed how much that country was difunited within itfelf. When the Englifli, who had1 retired to the tbwns in Caftille for the .recovery of their healths, heard that fir John Holland was on his march with the remnant of the army home-ward, they were greatly rejoiced, and made in-ftant preparations to join him. Among the number were, the lore de Chameaux f, fir Thomas Percy, the lord de Leluyton J and the lord Bradeftan, with many more, to the amount of a thoufand horfe. Thofe that were fick + Camores. Q. f Lord de Chameaux. €L Camois. f Lord Leluyton. Q. looked 24


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