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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
page 13



Burgundy, would be grently afifeâcd by it, a? he lad always found him a wife and honeft counsellor. The galleys from Venice at length arrived* pro-perly armed and equipped, to the great joy of the French lords. They were not long in making their preparations to depart, and took leave of the knights of Rhodes, who recommended their order to them and to all devout fouls who would be. willing to affift it. The count de Nevers, the lords Henry de Bar* de Bpucicaut, fir William de la Trimouilk, the lord de Rochefort, fir Régnier Pot, and the reft, cpjbarked on board the Venetian galleys, the cap-tains of which refolvéd to touch at the different iflapds, tfiat their pafiengers might fail more at their*cafe, and refrcfli themfelves on Ihore, and ihew the count de Nevers the various iflands ^hich lay between Rhodes and* Venice. They ftecjed fijft for Modon*, which is five hundred miles from Rhodes, and tarried there fome days, to amufe themfelves, for the port and country be-long to the Venetians. From Modon, they had a fine paffage to Colefo f, as the fea was calm, where ' they refrelhed themfelves ; and from Colefo they made for the ifland of Garre J, where they did the fame : thence they failed for the ifland of Chifo-lignie § ; and, having anchored, they landed, and * Modon. a town and port in the Morea. % Colefo. I'fhould have imagined this to be Corfbu, if Cpphalonia were not feemingly intended afterward^ I Garre. Q^Zante. ' §, Çbifolignic. Ceghalonia.


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