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JOHN LORD DE JOINVILLE Memoirs of Louis IX, King of France


Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining Countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes 

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Memoirs of Louis IX, King of France
page 190

JOINVILLE'S MEMO 1RS—APPENDIX. A LIST OP THE KNIGHTS WHO ACCOMPANIED SAINT LOUIS IN HIS EXPEDITION TO PALESTINE. Underneath are the nomee of the knights who are to accompany tie king, Saint Louie, to the Holy Land, and the terme of agreement entered into between them and the king. MONSIEUR DE VALÉRY to be of the expedition, with thirty knights. The king agrees to pay him eight thousand livres tournois. He is to be recompensed by the king for any loss of horses during the passage, but is not to have his meals at court ; and he is to remain, he and his people, one whole year, which year is to commence from the day they disembark from the voyage. Should it happen, either by consent or stress of bad weather, that the king and his army pass the winter on an island, and that he remain behind at sea, the year shall commence from the time of his arrival at winter-quarters. In regard to the payment of his knights, be is to pay them one-half of their salaries at the commencement of tike year, and the other moiety when the first half-year shall be expired. H e is to transport two horses for each banneret, and one horse for such as are not of that rank : with the horses are the boys who take care of then. The banneret to be attended by five persons, and poor knights with two. The Constable will attend with fourteen knights, on the same terms as M. de Valéry. He will receive from the king but three thousand livres tournois. Monsieur Florent de Varennes, the admiral, will go on the same conditions as above, himself and twelve knights, and will receive from the king three thousand two hundred fifty-five livres tournois. Monsieur Raoul d'Estrées, the marshal, will go on similar terms, himself and six knights, to receive sixteen hundred livres tournois. Monsieur Lancelot de St. Maart, the marshal, to go on the same conditions, himself and five knights, to receive fourteen hundred livres tournois. Monsieur Pierre de Moleines to go with five knights on the above conditions, excepting that he and his brother in arms have their meals at court, to receive thirteen hundred livres tournois, and four hundred livres as a private gift to them both. Monsieur Collard de Moleines to go on the same terms and manner as his brother. Monsieur Gilles de la Tournelle to go himself and four knights on these same conditions, to receive twelve hundred livres tournois and to eat at court. Monsieur Mahi de Roie to go himself and eight knights on the above conditions, to eat at court, and to receive two thousand livres, and two hundred livres as a private gift. Monsieur Girard de Morbois to go himself and ten knights: three thousand livres tournois. Monsieur Raoul de Neelle, himself and fifteen kuights : four thousand livres tournois. He will eat at his own house. Monsieur Amauri de Meulenc, himself and fifteen knights :

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