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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
page 134



€ they ihall be made welcome, and delivered bf deeds of arms as you have 'been; and we defire you will accept our beft acknowledgments for the courtefy you have (hewn us.' In fuch friendly manner did the Englifh and French knights feparate, in the plain of St. Ingle* vere : the firft took the road to Calais, but made no long flay; for on the Saturday morning they embarked on board paffage-boats, and landed at. Dover about mid-day, when each retired to. his1 inn. They ftaid the whole of Saturday, and Sun-day until after mafs, at Dover; where hairing re-frefhed themfelves and their liorfes, they continued their journey to Kochefter, and there lay that night: on the morrow, they arrived at London, when they feparated, and each returned to his home. Thé threes French knights before named kept their engagements valiantly at St. Inglevere. When the Englifh knights were gone, the king of France and the lord de Garencieres, who had witneffied the tournament in difguife, returned to their inn at Marquife; and on the morrow, at break of day, they fet out for Paris, and never ceafed riding un-til they came to Creii* on the river Oife, where at that time the ' queen of France refided. Scarcely any one knew that the king was prefent at thefe tilts but his confidential valets de chambre. From the time the Englifh left Calais, I never heard that any others came from England to, St. • Creil,—diocefe of Senii», ten leagues and a half (mm Pari*. Inglevere 124 , .


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