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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.11

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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.11
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eg fpa^yf*^ byfc ;fijé El^' rcunaincd at court,' and was' named kj the fcibg one of the knights of h» bed-chamber; with twelve conifers at the charge of the crown. » * • "CHAP. Xffl. * THE KING OF FRANCE IN GREAT DAGGER OF HIS LIFE AT A MASQUED DANCE OF MEN DRESSED LIKE SAVAGES.-—POPE BONIFACE AND THE CARDINALS AT ROME SEND A ^EARNED : FRIAR TO THE KING. . • HOT long after this, a marriage took place between a yoUng fquire of Verihatidoils and * a damfei of the queen, both of the ifcyal houfehold. The court were much pleafed at it,, and the king reiblved to keep their wedding feaft at his expenfe.' It was .held at the. hôtel of Saint Pol, and great crowds 5of. lords attended ; among whom were thc/ dukes of Orleans, Berry, Burgundy, and their duchefles. Thç wedding-day wp paflfed in dancing and joy. The king entertained at fupper the* queen in great ftate j''and every one exerted hifti-felf to add to the gaiety, feeing hm much delighted the king appeared. There was, in the king's houfehold, a Norman fquire, called Hugonin de Genfay, a near relation çf the bridegroom, who thought of the following- F$ piece


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