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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 149



'CHAP.* XXL THE CASTILLIANS AND FRENCH, AFTER THE DEPARTURE OF THE DUKE OF LANCASTER FROM GALICIA, RE-CONQUER, IN A VERY _ SHORT TIME, ALL THE TOWNS AND CASTLES HE HAD WON.—THE' ENGLISH ABUSE CAS-TILLE, WHEN IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY — THE KING OF FRANCE AND HIS COUNCIL IN-VITE THE DUKE OF IRELAND, WHO HAD FLED FROM ENGLAND, TO PARIS. r v » YOU have before heard how the Englifh, who had come with the duke of Lancafter to Galicia, had departed, and how the duke and, dachefs had retired to Oporto, where they had refided fome time with king John of Portugal, who had married the duke's daughter. The duke of Lancafter was very difconfolate that his affairs had taken fo ruinous a turn, and that his beft knights and fquires had fallen victims to difeafe. The whole country of Galicia was now re-turned to its allegiance to the king of Caftille; for the moment the Caftillians, and the French knights under fir Oliver du Guefclin, heard of the duke of Laneafter's departure for Portugal, and that few Englifh had remained behind, they fallied forth to conquer Galicia back again, which was foon done. The inhabitants of cities and towns were more attached to the king of Caftille than to the duke of Lancafter, provided, however, he was able to keep the field; for the Caftillians and Galiçians refemble f good deal we -138


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