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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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tie of Mofcteil, where her father, don Pedro, had loft Ms life, and make ftrict inquiries where his body had at that time been buried, which, when found, was to be taken up, and conveyed to the city of Seville, and magnificently interred there, in a manner becoming a king. When in the month of March, (1389) the fun began to have fome force, and the days to length-en, the duchefe, having her array ready, fet out from Bourdeaux, and went tô Bayonne, where ihe parted frbm the duke, who returned to Bor-deaux, She and her ladies continued their jour-ney to the city of Dax, where they were joyfully received, as that town belonged to England. They there repofed themfelves for two days, and then purfued their road through the country of tlie Bafques, the pais of Roncefvalles, and en-tered Navarre. At Pampeluna, they found tha king and queen of Nayarre, who received them kindly : for the queen was filler to the king of Caftille. " • ; . The duchefe of Lancafter and her -daughter were upwards of a month traverfing Navarre, for they réfided at different parts with the kfng and queen ; and wherever they went all their ex-penfes were defrayed. v • • On their entrance into Caftille, they were moft refpectfully treated by thofe of the king's houfehold who had been fent to meet them : there were^ alfo deputies from diffetent parts of the realm ; and the young prince was to hatfb ' the title of prince ôf Galicia. * The marriage having been folemnized, and all • contracts ; ' 338 ; •


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