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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 170



The king was now dreffed in a churchman's dothes like a deacon j and they put on him (hoes of crimfoa velvet, after the manner of a prelate. Then they added fpurs with a point, but no rowel, and the (word of Juftice was drawn, bleflcd and delivered to the king, who put it into the fcabbard, when the archbiihop of Canterbury girded it about him. The crown of Saint Edward, which is arched over like 'a crofs, was àext brought and blefled, and placed by the archbiihop on the king's head. When mafs was over, the king left the church, and returned to the palace in jhe fame ftate as before. There was in the court-yard a fountain that conftandy ran with white and red wine from various mouths. The king went firft to his clofet, and then returned to the hall to dinner. At the firft table fat the king, at die fécond the five great peers of England, at the third the principal eirieèns of London, at the fourth the new created knights, at the fifth all knights and fquires of honour. The king was ferved by the prince of Wales, who carried die fword of Mercy, and on the oppofite fide, by the conftable, who bore the fwoid of Juftice. At the bottom of the table was the earl of Wcftmorcland with the fceptre. There were only at the king's table the two archbifhops and feventeen bilhops. When dinner was half over, a knight of the name of Dymock entered the hall completely armed, and mounted on a handfome ftccd, richly M * barbed Ï63


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