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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
page 293



pod pace* arrived at Calais. The king of Fmnar aid hii court returned f» Saint Omer, where he hid left the queen and duchefs-.of Burgundy, and tad there the Sunday and Monday following* On the Tucfday, which was All-faints-day, the king of England was married by the archbiibop of Can~ terbury, in the church of St. Nicholas at Calais, to the lady Jfabclla of France. Great were the feaft* ings on the occaion, and the heralds and tninftrcl# were fo liberally paid they wtre fatisfied, On the.enfuing Thurfday, the dukes of Orleans and Bourbon came to Calais, to vifit the king and queen of England : they ftaid that day, aid on thf following went back to dinner at St. Omer, where the king and queen of France waited for them. This fame morning, the king and queen of Eng. land, having heard an early mafs and drank fomt. wine, embarked on board the veffels which had been prepared for them, with a favourable wind. They weighed anchor, fet their fails, and, m lefs than three hours, landed at Dove?. The king dined at the cattle, and lay the next night at Ro-chester : paffing through Dartford, he arrived, at his palace of Eltham, whçre the lords and ladies took leave of the king and queen, and went to their homes. Fifteen days after, the queen made her entry into London grandly attended by lords, ladies and damfels. She lay one night in the Tower, feated on the banks of the Thames, and the next day w^s condufted in great pomp, through the ftreets, to VoL.Xi • IT Wet- •«8T


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