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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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fcattered about : when he perceived the king, his brother! uncle, and the lorda of France, in the aâ of doing the king honour, and not till then, he: bended very low on one knee : he afterwards rofe up, advanced, and knelt a fécond time clofe to the king, who raifed him up with his hand, and embraced him, faying, 4 Fair coufin of Foix, you are welcome, for your vifit has greatly rejoiced us.* * My lord,5 replied the count, 61 thank you much for what you are pleafed to fay/ They had a long converfation together, until dinner-time arrived, but I neither heard the worcfe nor the fubjeft. Water being brought, they wafhed, and feated * themfelves at table. The archbifhop of Touloufe was feated at the head of the king's table, next to him the king, then his uncle the duke of Bour- ' bon, then the count de Foix, the counts de la Mspxhe and de Vendôme, and none others. At the fécond were feated, the lord Charles dyUbret, " the count de Harcourt, the lord Philip de .Bar, and four other knights attached to the count de • Foix; At another table were placed, the marfhal , de Sancerre, fir Roger d'Efpaign, and eight of the count's knights. This dinner was magnificent and fplendid in all Hrefpe&s. When they had dined, the tables were removed; and, grvace being faid, they amùfed themfelves in various way?. The king and the lords were on their feet nearly two hours, * in the prefence chamber, liftening to the minftrels, for the count de Foix took delight in them. After this, wine and fpices were brought, and the comfit box was prefented folely to the Jong by E4 the 55


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