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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 320



of thefe three would be fully qualified to go to Caftille. Having confidered all things, they chofe fir John de Vienne ; and it was told him, on the part of the king and his council,-*-* Admiral, make your preparations for a journey to Caftille: you Will have 'no other than credential letters, for it is enough that you are mailer of the fub-ject on which you are fent. Tell thé king of Caftille to read or have read to him all the trea-ties of alliances, and promifes of friendibip, which have been formed and fworn to between the two crowns ; and remember well all the am-fwers you may receive from him or his minifters on this fubject, that we may regulate our edn* duct accordingly.* All this, the Admiral faid, he would ftudioufly attend to. The admiral was not long in making prépara-tions for his journey, and, having taken leave of the king and his uncles, left Paris, taking the road'towards Burgundy; for he was defirous of vifiting the pope and his brother at Avignon, which he did. We will now for a while leave him, and fay fomething of Geoffry Tête-noir and the fiege of Ventadour, in which he was inclofed ; but we muft firft fpeak of the duke of Berry, whofe in^ patience to marry again was fhewn within the year, when he teok to himfelf a wife, of whom I fhall fpeak, and fay who file was and where he was married. - • CHAP.


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