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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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Clartflo tic! Êsfpêéi TMf iriffe fftadc kaights the hmd ef m kiftg tf England, cm the feift ôf our Lady ïri March, which that year fell off t Thiirfâây, in the cathedral of Dublin, that wtt lbtiiiâè0 by Saint Jobtt the Ëaptift The few lings- watched all the Wednfcfdily-night in the êathednd ; and oft thé morrow, after mafs, they #ëtt treated kftighCs^ wkh much folemnity. There ireré knighted It the fttfte tirfie fir Thomas Or-£hémf, fir Joathaë Fàd% and his coufin fir John Faldo. The four king$ Were very richly drefftd, fiiitablé to their rank, and that day dined at the table 6f king Richard, where they were much (tared at tiy the lord* and thofe prefent : not indeed without , reafon; for they were ftrange figures, and differ-* cntly countenanced to the EngHfh or other na-tions. ' Wé are naturally inclined to gafce at any thing ff range* and it Was certainly, fir John, at , that time, a great not city to fee four Irifti kings.* 4 Sir Henry, I readily believe ydu, and Wotrid have given a good deal if I could have been there* Laft year I had made arrangements for coming to England,, and fhould have done fo, had I not heard of the death of queen Anne, which made me poft poût flly journey. But I wifh to afk you one things #hich has much fufprifed me : I fhould like to know how théfe four Irifh kings have fo readily fubmitted to king Richard, when his valiant grandfather, who * Côntruo, Mûg *f Ghfevèno &ûd Erpe. % O'Conntor, king of Connaught. f Sir Thomas Orphan;—lVÎéS. Ourghén mi Goafgfceni. % 1 •* " - • - was


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