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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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to y»u/ f Bourbonnois/ replied the king of France, •we wifti our daughter were as old as our coufin of Saint Pol, though we were to double her dower, for then (he would love our fon of England much more.* . The king of England heard well thefe words, and replied, bowing to the king of, France (for he did not addrefs himfelf to the duke of Burbon, fince the king ' had compared his daughter with the countefs of Saint Pol's), c Good father-in-law, the age of our wife pleafes us right well : we pay not fo much attention concerning her age, as we value your love, and that of our fubjefts, for we Until now be fo ftrongly united that no king in Chriften-dom can any way hurt us.' ; When dinner was over, which laired not long, the cloth was removed, the tables carried away, and wine and fpices brought. After this, the young queen of England entered the tent, attend-ed by a great number of ladies and damfels. '• The king led her by the hand, and gave her fo the king of England, who inftantly after took his leave. The queen was placed in a very rich litter which had bçen prepared for her j but, of all the French ladies who were there, only the lady of Goucy went with her, for there were many of the prin-cipal ladies of England, fuch as the duchefles of Lancafter, York, Glocefter, Ireland, the lady of Namur, the lady Poinings, and others of the nobility, who received queen Ifabella with great joy. When the ladies were ready, the king of England and his lords departed, and, riding at a good 288


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