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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 140



as well as from Haînault : ampng the laH were the lord de Lînge * and the lord de Havreth* Several knights came from Flanders ; and the duke of Lancafter had à baftard-fon, called Henry de Beaufort, whom, through devotion, he fent thither. He had him well accompanied by many knights and fquires of rank in England. The count de îoix was unwilling his baftard-fon, Evan of Foix, fhould remain behind, and had him properly attended by knights and fquires, as he wilhed him to keep his ftate grandly. Every one had taken care to fend before hand all he lhould want; and thofe at the greateft diftance from Genoa, left their countries the middle of May, but it was about a month before all were aflembled*. - " : • The Genoefe were well pleafed on their arrival, and made handfome and rich prefents to the chiefs, the better to feciire their affe&ions. As the knights arrived, they were potted adjoining each other, and,-on being muttered by the marfhals, amounted to fourteen hundred knights and fquires. They were embarked on board of fhips and galleys, that had been properly "equipped for the voyage, • on Saint John Baptift's day, in the year of grace ' 1390. It was a beautiful fight to view this fleet, with the emblazoned banners of the different lords glittering in the fun and fluttering in the windj and to hear the minftrels and other muficians * l*9ïâ de Linge. MSS. Ligne* K2 t founding 131


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