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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 360



Orleans entered Paris firft, about an hour after noon, in*a covered litter, and, pafting through the great ftreet of Saint Denis, went to the pa-lace, where the king was waiting for them, and this day they went no farther. The queen of France, attended by the duch-efs of Berry, the duchefs of Burgundy, the duch-efs of Touraine, the duchefs of Lorraine, the countefs of Nevers, the lady of Coucy, with a crowd of other ladies, began the proceflion in open litters, moft richly ornamented. The duch-efs ofTouraine was not in a litter, but to difplay herfelf the more, was mounted on a palfrey, magnificently caparifoned. • The litter of the queen was led by the dukes of Touraine and Bourbon at the head ; the dukes of Berry and Burgundy were at the centre, and the '. I Peter de Navarre and the count d'Oftrevant behind the litter, which was open and beautifully ornamented. The duchefs ofTouraine followed, on her palfrey, led by the count de la- Marche and the count de Nevers, the whole advancing flowly, £t a foot's pace. After her came the duchefs of Burgundy and her daughter, the lady Margaret of Hainauit, in an open litter, led by the lord Henry de Bar, and fir William, the young count de Namur. Then came the duchefs of Berry, and the daughter of the lord de Coucy, in an open and ornamented litter, led by fir James de Bourbon, and fir Philip d'Artois. Then the duchefs of Bar and her daughter, led by fir Charles d'Albret and the lord de Coucy. There was no particular mention pade of the other VOL. IX. A a ladies 3SS


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