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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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and queen of Artagon ; but, having had letters from the king of France, ordering him to* return, he took his leave of them, and of the y dung kmg and the queen of Sicily, as well as of the lords of Arragon, and fet out for France. If he had had time, he would have returned by Avignon ; but he lent his excufes to the pope and queen of Na-ples, aad went ftraight to Auvergne. At the time of this marriage of the king of Sicily with the' princefs of Arragon, many treaties-were concluded between hkn and the Arragonians, who were to affift him with men and galleys in the recovery of his kingdom. • They were to con-vey him to Naples, with two hundred fpears, one thoufand crofs-bows, and the fame number of infantry armed wkh brigandines, who were to fcrvé him at their own charges, during the war, until he fhould have full pofleffion of Naples, Sicily and its dependencies, la Puglia, Calabria and the city of Gaieta, the refidence of Margaret de Du-razzo, who claimed all thefe territories as her own. When the fweet month of March was arrived, and the winds were become calm, the waters finooth, and the trees once more clothed in green, and all purveyances ready and embarked, as well as the men at 'arms who were to be of this expe-dition, the young couple took leave of the king and queen of Arragon. The queen with tears faw them depart, and recommended them to the par-ticular care of the count deRoddes, a very valiant knight, and fir Raymond de Baighes. Thr B 3 promi 5


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