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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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.a wicked race, and pay cot any regard to tyuces or xefpkes, .taut as it iuits their own .conve-nience. . • At the time the king of England undertook this expéditions he had. nox the company of his other Jaalf brother, fir John Holland earl of Huntington, for he was on a pilgrimage to Jcrufalem and Saint Catherine of Mount Sinai, and was to return through : Hungary. Having heard at Paris, as he palled çhrough France, where .he. had been hand-fomdm-fretted by the king and his court, in re-ipeék to the king of England, that the king pf Hungary and Amurat* were to have a battle, he declared he would not fail being prefent. - The duke of Lancafter and his array arrived at Plymouth, where tranfports waited to carry them acrafi the fea. When his men and purveyances were aU on board, they weighed anchor, and fteered with a favourable wind for Bordeaux. • We will jreturn to the king of England, who had with him &11 four tholufand men at arpas and thirty thoufand archers. They were ~ flipped at three different places, »f rifto!, Holyhead and Herfordf, and paffed over daily; but it;was f month before, the whole armament and their horfes landed in Ireland. On the other hand, thete was in Ireland a va-liant Englifh knight, called the earl of Ormond, * The perfon thus called was the fultan Bajazet I. who be-gan his reign i J91. tê From what follows, I fuppofe this muft mean Haverford-weft, in %mbrgkçfhire, as it is pronounced Harford. who 123


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