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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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mo* Weftminfttr,' where the king,wis watlfjg là hi| palace to receive her. This day, the Londoners made very rich prefents to the queen, which were gracioufly accepted. During the time the court wasat Wefrminfter, a tournament was ordered to be held at Candlemas in Smithfield, between forty knights and as many fquires i and notices of it were given to the heralds, that they might publifh it beyond fea, and as far as Scotland. When the king of France was returned to Paris after the marriage of his daughter, and his lords were gone to their refidences, there were great ru* mours of war. It was faid to have been fetdcdi that at the beginning of March, the king was to lead a large army into Lombardy todeftroy the duke of Milan; and that the king was fo bent on this ex-pedition, he would not liften to any thing that was laid againft it. The king of England wis to fend his fmther-in-law fix thoufand archers ; and the duke of Brittany, who had been conftantfy witfy the king, offered his fervices on the expedition, with two thoufand Breton fpears. Purveyances were already making for the king and lords if* pauphiny and in Savoy. When the duke of Brittany took leave of the king of France and his lords, to return to his duchy, I believe the duke of Burgundy made fuch jeameft interceflion with the king, and thofe imme-diately concerned, that the duke of Brittany car-pied with him his coufin Ir Peter de Craon, who fru co?}iined a prifoner a{ his own charges, in the towçp


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