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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 378



* 37* ing day, advanced tothè lifts where the tonwia-ments had- been heM, whither the ladies alfo came, in the feme ftate, and feated themfelves as-before. The lifting was ably and vigoroufly kept upomtilnight, when the company returned to their homed: The banquet this evening at the hôtel de St. Pbi' was at grand as the preceding one, and the prize was adjudged' by thç todies1 and heralds to a fquire from Hainault, who had adCompani-ed the count d^Oftïevant, called John de Flaron, afc the moft dfeferving of the opponents, and to a fquire belonging to t?he duke of Burgundy, called John de Poulceres* for the beft tenants ofthe-field.- The tournament was continued5 on the Thurf-day, when knights and fquires tiited promif-cuoufly, and many gallant jufts were done, for every one took pains to excel. Night put an end to it, and there was a grand entertainment again for the ladies, at the hôtel de St. Pol, when the prize for the opponents was given to fir Charles des Armoyes, and for the tenants, to a fquire attached to the queen, called Lons. On the Friday, the king feafted the ladies and damfels at dinner, which was very fplendid and plentiful. Towards the end of it, as the king was feated at table, with the duchefs of Berry, the duchefs of Burgundy, the duchefs of Tourairfe, the countefe de Sahit Pol, the lady of Coucy, and many more, two knights, completely armed, entered the hall, (which was vejry fpacicms, hav-ing been, as I have faid, erected' for the occafion) - on


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