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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.1

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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.1
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pany, for I will keep my promife—and you fhall tome and fee my brother, and the countefs his wife, and all their fine children, who will be rejoiced to fee you, for I have heard them fay fo/ The ^ueen anfwered, * Sir, I find in you morekindnefs and comfort than in a!l the world befides, andgive you five hundred thoufand thanks for what you have faid and offered me. If you will keep what you have prornifed me with fo much courtefy, I and my fon fhall be for ever bound unto you, and We will put the kingdom of England under your management, as in juftice it ought to be. After this converfation, fir Jo*hn de Hainault took leave for the night, and went to Douay, where he flept at the abbey. The next day, after having heard mafs and taken fome refreihment, he returned to the queen, who received him with great joy. She had finiihed her dinner, and was going to mount her horfe, when fir John arrived. The queen of England quitted the caille of Ambreticourt, and, in taking leave of the knight and his lady, fhe thanked them for their good cheer, adding, that fhe trailed à time would come, when {he and her fon would not fail to remember their courtefy. The queerç then fet oft, accompanied by fir John, lord of Beamont, who with joy and refpe& conduced her to Valenciennes. Many of the citizens of the town came out to meet her, and received her with great humility. She was thus introduced to William earl of Hainault, who, as well, as the countefs, received her very gracioufly. Many great feafts were given on this occafion, as no one C 3 knew


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