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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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and found the queen mother, who received the king and nobles with great joy, as did all the ladies of the court and city. The king diibanded his army, and gave permit fion for every one to return to his home, and made many acknowledgements to the earls, barons, and knights, for the fervices they had rendered him by their advice and proweis. He kept near his perfon fir John de Hainault and his company, who were much feafted by the queen and all the ladies. The knights made out their accounts for horfes, which had been ruined or loft, or had died, and gave them in to the council ; and alfo a ftatement of their own expenfes, which fir John de Hainault took upon him as his own debt towards his followers, for the king and his minifters could not immediately colled fuch a fum as their horfes amounted to ; but he gave them fufficient for their own expenfes, and to carry them back tò their own country*. They were afterwards all paid within the year the full amount of their loffes^ ' When • In Rymer there is an order from king* Edward to hie trea~ furer to pay fir John de Hainault feven thou&nd pounds, in part of fourteen thoufand, the fubfidy for himielf and companions. Dated York, June 23 1327· In the lame year, dated July 4* William d'Irlamf is ordered to provide carriages for fir John de Hainault and his company. This order, & c is to continue in force until the following Michaelmas* There is another order to the treasurer from York, Augud 20, 1327, to pay fir John de Hainault on his arrival in London, four thoufand pounds, on account of his laf&in horfes, and to*


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