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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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they who repofe and fing, and we keep the field and guard our frontière, fo that we have not loft any thing/ The duke of Lancafter, like a wife mm9 bore all this patiently, for he could not dootherwife; and, when he was able to ride, he departed from Sant J ago with his duchefs and family. The king of Portugal had fent his conftable, the count de Novaire, and fir John Fernando :Hirtelet, with five hundred lancés; to efcort him. A-mong thefe knights were,the Porinaffe d'Acun-ha, • Egeas Colle, Vafco Martin de Merlo, Galopes Fernando, fir Alvarez Perez, John Radighos deSar, Graynes de Faines, all barons. With this efcort, • the duke and his family left Compoftella, and continued their march to Oporto, where the king $md queen of Portugal were waiting for them, and entertained them handfomeïy, • 1 . Soon after the arrival of the duke, the king and queen left Oporto, and went to Coimbra* which is but one day's journey diftant. The duke of Lancafter remained there for two months and attended to his affairs, and to the making of preparations for his departure." By the king's orders, the high admiral of Portugal, don AK phonfo Brecart, had equipped fome galleys for his reception ; on board of which, when the weather and wind were ' favourable, they em-harked, land, weighing anchor, took to the deep, and Ik ohe day and a half were at Bayonne, «whicfc is upwards of feventy-two leagued. 'On thcrr : àî¥md, they were difappomted in not V ' meeting 40 .


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