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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 43



him moft honourably, they conduâcd him firft tô the church of our Lady, and then to the abbey of Saint Remy, where he was lodged with all his lords. His attendants, and the others who had accompanied, him, were placed as near to him as was poffible s and the king of France had ordered* that all the expenfes of the emperor and Germans, during their rtfidencc in Rheims, fhould be paid by his officers in the moft ample manner. In confequence, there were daily delivered to the Germans ten tons of herrings, for it was Lent, and eight hundred carp,, without counting different forts of fifh and other things, which coft the king immenfe fuirçs. When the emperor paid his firft vifit to the king of France, the great lords before mentioned- went to feek him at the abbey of Saint Remy, andcon-dufted him in great ftate to the palace. On the two monarchs meeting, they paid many compli-ments to each other, as they knew well how to do* efpecially the king of France, for the Germans are a rude unmanncrcd race, except in what regards their perianal advantage, and in this they arc aftivc and expert enough. The lords of both countries, who were prefent, made acquaintance together with many outward ftgos of farisfaéfcion : and the king of France entertained the whole afr dinner, of which 1 will mention fome particulars. At the top of the king's table was feated the patriarch £ Jerufakm:- next to him, the cmpcror% then the king of France and the king of Navarre :• no more were at this table. At the others, were feated m


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