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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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their 'owrt; TKcf alkcd him what parts he w^ h& come from, and alio concerning the afikift of king James -of Cyprus, and refpefting Turkey. He made no difficulty, but inftantly gave prudent and intelligent anfwers. The barons of France having repofed themfelves, re-embarked, and •made fail for Pareufe All large veflels and -galleys which* carihot, from. want of water, land their cargoes • at Venice, put into this port* for here the fea becomes (hallow. The French knights made no long flay before they embarked in fmaifcr vefltrls and arrived at Venice, where they were re-ceived with great joy. On their landing, they aS returned thanks to God for their happy deliver-ance from &e hands of the infidels, of which at tne time they had defpaired. % The count de Ne vers and his companions went to die hôtels which had been prepared for them ; for, as their coming was known and expefted for * fome rime, their friends had fent fervants and equipages to wait their arrival- The count found part of his attendants, whom the duke and duchefs of Burgundy had fent thither, ready to receive him. Sir Dinde de Deiponde had alfo been at Venice fome time Waiting for them with the amount of their ranfom, for without his afliftance, nothing could be done. The French lords, on their arrival at Venice, inftantly employed clerks and meffengers to write and caity letters to France and elfewhere, to in- # Pareufe. Parcnzo, a town on the coal of Ittm, neatly •PPO&te to Venice. form 9


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