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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 375



fomely her thanks to thofe who had brought it, and to the good city of Paris that had given it to her. Such were the gifts made this Tuefday to the king and queen of France, ,and to the duchefs of Touraine. You may judge from them the libe-rality and riches of the Parifians ; for it was af-fured me, the author of thishiftory, that all thefe prefents, which I fàw, had coft upwards of fixty thoufand golden crowns. , When tbefe ceremonies were concluded, the hour for dinner arrived; but this day the king and his court dined in private at their different hôtels, for at three o'clock the tournament was to take place in the fquare of Saint Catherine, where fcaffolds had been erected for the accom-modation of the queen and the ladies. I will name the "knights of this grand tourna-ment, who were ftyied the Knights of the Golden Sun, which, although it was that day the king of France's device, was borne by others, who tilted in hopes of gaining the prize. Thefe knights were thirty, including the king ; firft, ' the duke of Berry, the duke of Burgundy, the duke of Bourbon, the count de la Marche, fir James de Bourbon his brother, fir William deNa-mur, fir Oliver de Cliffon conftable of France, fir John deVienne, fir James de Vienne, lord d'Ef-paigny, fir Guy de la Trimouille, fir William de la Trimouille his brother, fir Philip de Bar, the lord de Rochefort a Breton, the lord de Rais, the lord de Beaumanoir, fir John de Barben-çon called the Ardenois, the hake of Flan-ders, 368"


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