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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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been paid by his death.9 On faying this,he tiffed up fir Thomas Percy, and converfed on other nutters. Shortly after, wine and fpices were brought, which having partaken of at their pleafure, the ambaflfadors took leave of the king, returned to their lodgings, and paid the amount of their ex* penfes. On the morrow, they departed from Paris, and continued their journey to England, where they related to the king and his uncles every thing that had paffed, greatly extolling the king of France's magnificent entertainments* and the rich gifts he had made them. We will, for a while, leave fpeaking of England, *nd fey what was paf&ng in Caftille. You have heard of the alliance between the king of Caftille. and the duke of Lancafter, who had claimed that crown in right of his duchefs, the lady Confiance* eldeft daughter of the late don Pedro, by whom he had a beautiful daughter, that was married to dop Henry, prince of Galicia, heir to the crown of Caftille. This marriage confirmed the peace between them. About two years after the celebration of thefe nuptials, king John of Caftille departed this life, and was buried in the city of Burgos. On this event, the great barons and prelates of the realm aflembled, and declared their intentions to have for their king the young prince of Galicia. This was done, and the prince was crowned in the ninth year of his age: his queen was fix years older. Thus was the daughter of the duke of Lancafter, by * £56 .


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