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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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refolved to adhere to every point of the treaties exifting between them and France. Such was the purport of the anfwer fir John de Vienne had brought from Caftille. The king of Caftille and the duke of Lancafter 'proceeded in the marriage, and a treaty of peace was ami-cably agreed on between them, by the before-mentioned commifiioners, for the duke ftill re-dded in the Bordelois. He had come with his duchefs and daughterfrom Bayonne to Bordeaux, where he was joyfully received, as they were defirous of his living among them, and thence had gone to Libourne*. When it was known for certain, in the caftle of the Count de Foix, that the king of Caftille had made peace with the duke of Lancafter, and had put an end to all his claims, by the marriage of his fon with the lady Catherine of Lancafter, to whom he had given extenfive territories in Caf-tille, befides a large fum to the duke, amounting to two hundred thoufand nobles, the. count was greatly aftonifbed; (for I was then prefeiit) and {aid ; * This king of Caftille is a poor creature to make peace with a dead man ; for I am fure the duke of Lancafter was in fo bad a way he knew not where to turn himfelf. On my faith,' conti-nued the count, c the duke is a man of ability, and has prudently managed this matter.' * Libourne, a town on the confluence of the Dordggne and Garonne, five leagues north-eaft from Bordeaux. " • " • It . 331


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