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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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:M0 . ' Ifend you, earij4n 'Mfamh next, ét* orfixiundféd Ipeafstand two thoufeod ptofcers. 1 will-m-âù femble .my forces, for my fufejects are well in* «lined to fight .the Caftillians* and we wiH amke «n effectual w#r agirait them. A kingdom nay be won and loft in one campaign.9 ' • • The duke, on hearing ihe iiugthna difcourfe, wai much pkatfed, and returned tea his thanks* Sot, notoithftandmg the kung of Portugal bad •heldfach language /taiodaoe bis fothertinrlaw *o take course, the 4nicse was iwpt ig^nrant Abat England pfs m a mrf trouèled $ate ifagft the council hud many weighty thing* to attend 4», AS well mfpecting 4bi afiôrs M the Iwdeais .of Scotland, wihdch gave ttam much uaeafinefe, us concerning the duke of Brittany, who wafc negotiating important treaties with them. Me reir N*red that hi had v difficidtio to obtain the tooe be had brought with Mm 4# ^Galicia, qnd that, knowing his xaountrymen well, he had never had any intention of feeking it ptawfotfcep&eat, far he mm BWM* the country -at prefent \ m htevMy furefbd as it ^wmn M to bear; 'that thofe who had goae home from £aftiUe would never return thither, and he was fearful they would difcounage any others frota coming to his aid. Although he knew all thia, he did not behave well to the Mug mid bacons *f Fteftpgml in hiding it from 4h*m. • -- f After reading feme time at Oporto* he toM! -the kfofrg, tfe?' many o»s m^ged him to re-turn Sayonne .«ni die Ifeftkie&s 4or *ha* Portugal, ti h* W*slo a^ yéy ^d there


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