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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 355



•af Touraine, Berry, Burgundy and Bourbon, fhould ride without the town to meet and bid them welcome. As foon, therefore, as the Englifh were near Amiens, thefe dukes, attended by all the great barons of France; rode forth in grand array. The duke of Touraine took the lead, in great (late, and, v^hen he met his coufihs of England, they mutually faluted each other, with every re-fped, as fuch lords, know how to do. When the duke of Touraine had converfed a fhort time with them, he took his leave, returned to the town with his numerous attendants, and difmounted at the palace of the bifhop, where the king refided, remaining with him in his chamber. The ' other three dukes, after the departure of the duke of Touraine, rode each with his array to meet the Englifh lords ; and, on their meeting,, many old acquaintances were renewed with a fa^ ti$fa£tion fuch as was a pleafure to behold. When thefe dukes had converfed a little, the gallant count dauphin of Auvergne (who, during the time he was a hoftage in England, had lived much with the duke of Lancafter, and bore him great affeôion) advanced his horfe, and faluted him : the duke of Lancafter no fooner recollefted him than he preffed him to his arms, and fhewed him every fign of friendfhip : their converfation was interrupted by the dukes of Berry and Burgundy, who joined the duke of Lancafter. - The duke of Bourbon, the lord de Coucy and the count de St. Pol, rode with the duke of York, the earl of Huntingdon and fir Thomas Percy, convcrfing 346


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