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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
page 38



looked pn themfelves as half recovered the mo-ment their hopes were raifed of returning to England, fo much had they of late fuffered. When fir John Holland took leave of the king of Caftille, he {hewed to htm and his barons much affection, and gallantly prefented them with handfome mules : he likewife ordered all the expenfes of their journey to be defrayed. On their departure, they took the road to St. Phagon, where they refted three days: they were well received in all places they pafled; for they were accompanied by fome knights of the king's _ houfehold, who paid for whatever they wanted or wiftied. They continued their route until they were out of Caftille, and ar-rived at ^Tajara, where the famous battle had been fought, then they proceeded to Pamiers * and Logrogno, where they halted ; for they were uncertain if the king of Navarre would allow them to pafs through his kingdom. They deputed to him two knights, whofe names were fir Peter BifTet and fir William Nor-wich, . who found the king at Tudela. They had an interview with him, and managed fo well, they obtained permiflion to pafs, on pay-ing for whatever they fhould want. When the knights returned, they left Logrogno, for Pam-peluna, and paffed the Pyrenees at Roncefval-les : they then quitted the road for Beam, and took that through Bifcay, for Bayonne, where they arrived. Sir John Holland and his coun- * Paroier*. Q. teft 25 '


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