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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.10

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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.10
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of Naples went to vifit thé pope af Avignon * , carrying with her the young lord Lewis, and there met the lord de Coucy, who was much rejoiced at her arrival. The queen was handfomely re* ceived by the pope and cardinals ; of which {he was indeed deferving, for (he was an a&ive buttling lady, and one who did not fleep over her interefts* She entreated the lord de Coucy to efcort her fon to Arragon, and to remain with him until he were married. He replied,—' Certainly, madam, there is.not a voyage that, for feven years paft, I would : more willingly have undertaken than to Sicily and Naples, more particularly in company with my lord your fon, if I have the confent of our lord and king/ x 4 Many thanks, lord de Coucy/ faid the queen : c you fliew us your good inclina-tions ; but, for the prefent, it will be fufficient if you will accompany our fon to Arragon. . The queen of Arragon will be very happy to fee you, for your daughter is married to her brother, fir Henry de Bar/ The lord de Coucy cheerfully agreed to under* . take this journey j and the king of Sicily, having made his preparations, took leave of pope Cle-ment, and of his mother, with many tears* Theft -hearts were wrung, not indeed without caufe, at this reparation, for he was going, to a far country, and it was uncertain when they ihould meet again. It bad been fettled, that inftamly after the mar-riage bad taken place, the young jriàg and queen were to embark at Barcelona, and fcit as expect-fta ' tioufly 3


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