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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 152



lèl there by all, wm not his own* inheritance Ête added* that as there were fo many ftrortg fSlateei and cafles in the archbtfhopriok of Bordeaux, oft the borders of fdofy ArmagrtaCy beftbil*-l», Gttoanef and-Dordogile^ in Querey, Ferigonfy LimcAifm» Auvergne and other parts, which Wfcré ftitt attached totheEnglifb, aèéwhofeganr* ÂHêmâ'WfWe carrying on m war under hfe name: 4t therefore Was his duty tô gp'thitfier, and gwà them aid-and advide, fhould there be ooca£oi»s Mb wtt» befidés* when in* Portugal, too retttote to hear n«w» frdm Erigiand** for the SngiiE dread the voyage to Portage for its tengttoawl danger of meeting Gattttian* Galforaa'oa. Seville vsflfels, which cover thakfeay either in going) to^ or returning from Flandet^ with- mewlamife. For thefe rind other réafons the dukeof Lan* Cafter made Ms preparations for departure ; anil when the gaHeys, which the king, of Portugal had provided for hitn, under, the command o£ his principal admiral' Alphonfo Brctat, were ready, and the Weather favourable* he and b» duchefe took leave of the king, their daughter, ah& the baton* of Portugal, and embarked and* piBt to fori. They eoafted the fhOres, and, having, wind skid wenther fair, arrived fafely at Bay-* oftne in afewdays. The inhabitants of Bay-omle and the adjacent parts were much rejoiced at their arrival* for they deûred greatly their coming, and Waited oh them to pay their re-flects. News o$ the duke and duchefs being at BayfOBtne with their daughter was fpread* fi» arid near, and gavemuoi* pleefureto Bordeaux an4 the Bordeîois.


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