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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
page 186



When the Hainaulters had received their demand for horfes, they purchafed fmall hackneys to ride more at their eafe, and fent their carriages, fumpter horfes, trunks, andferyants, on board of two (hips, Which the king had provided for them, and which landed them at Sluys, in Flanders. They took leave of the king, queen, the earls of Kent and Lancier, and of all the barons, who paid them many honours ; and the king had them efcorted by twelve knights and two hundred men at arms, for fear of the archers, of whom.thçy were not well affured, as they muft pafs through the bifhopric of Lincoln. Sir John and all his company fet out, efcortsd as above, and by eafy JQurneys came to pover, where they embarked on board veffels ready pro vided for them. The Engliih who had accorr^ panied them took their leave, and returned to their homes. The Hainaulters arrived- at WiiTan, where they tarried two days, in order to deck out their horfes and the remains of their armour ; during which time fir Jphn de Hainault and fome other knights went on a pilgrimage to our lady of Boulogne. . to pawn the jewels in the tofor, if there were not a fufficirncy ©f money for the purpofe. A paffport of the fame date, Commanding none to do any harm, &c, to fir John de Hainatfk. An order, figrted bj the king at Evelham., June 28, ij?8, for feven thoufand pounds to fir John de Hainauk, as part of the fourteen tbon&nd pounds. Έ* They


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