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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 374



± i A ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Of i allii: the whole weighed one hunted and fifty Another r of otâsaos, nery 1 for 1 v equpped is mûfams - cloth, waited un the queen, and preiaitod hex with a liter bonne by two nen dreifad, me m a bear, the other as a mneora, which they placed in her dwinbar, and the cd*2+AS moamme&èed their town and inha~ bitanlf to her protection* This prefent con-fited of tiie model of a fhip in gold, two large ftaggoos of gold, two comfit kaes, two bits, fix caps, and as many £mcansf aU of gold: twelve lamps of IHver, two filler bains, two A of fiker porringe», the lame number of filrer eitps: the whole weight of goM and fiiver being three hundred marcs. The thhd piefent was earned, in like manner, to the chamber of the dmchefii of Totuatne, by two mm refm§&aâmg JHoorsf having their feces blackened, and richly dreffed with white turbans, as if they had been Saracens or Tartan. This litter wm omamaubeA and covered, Hœ the others, with gauze, and accompanied by twelve citizens in uniforms, who prefented the duchefc with a ftiip in gold, a large fiaggon of gold, two comfit box», two large dttbes* and two fidts, all of gold: "fix jigs of filver, and two d«aen cups and lancers of the fame : the whole weigh-ing two hundred marcs. The dochds of Toomipe wa§ exceedingly pleafed with this prefent, as ftie had reafon, 1er it was very magnificent, and returned-hand- ' fomd JS7


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