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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.12

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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.12
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ready, fir James de Brafemont*, a Bufgundian, ^ who was marlhal of Rhodes, embarked on board, and had a favourable voyage to Mathelin, wherç he was made heartily welcome by the lord df Mathelin, his lady, and their guçfts. He re-gained there four d^ys : on the fifth, the galley? having on board the purveyances qf the French lords, the count and his companions took leave of the lord and lady de Mathelin, returning thei^t their beft thanks for all the kindnefs and friendr fhip they had received, efpecially the count dç Nevers, .who, as the principal perfonage, faid he was bound at all times hereafter to render them every feryice in his power. After many compliments on both fides, thp French lords entered the galleys, and, a$ long a$ they were in fight, the lord de Mathelin remained on the fhore, and after that went home. The galleys, having a favourable wind, arrived at Rhodes, and anchored in die haven, where veffek from Cyprus, Baruth, and other ports in the Le-vant, ufually do. On their landing, they were received by many of the knights of Rhodes, whp wear a white crofs, in tnemory of the crofs of our LORD JESUS CHRIST, who fuiFercd to deliver others from the pains of hell. They are valiant knights, and give daily aflaults by fea or land on the infidels, to fupport and defend the Chriftiap faith. ' • • Sir jajies de Brafemont. The MSS. have de BaufFremont» which I (hould prefer. * '!i • " . The


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