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 -  Day of April in the 18 yeere of the
reigne of the said king vnto the foure and twentieth day - Page 130
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Day Of April In The 18 Yeere Of The Reigne Of The Said King Vnto The Foure And Twentieth Day Of Nouember In The One And Twentieth Yeere Of His Reigne, Is Iii.

Hondreth xxxvii.

Thousand li. ix. s. iiii. d.

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A note out of Thomas Walsmgham [Footnote: Thomas Walsingham, a native of Norfolk and Benedictine monk of St. Albans. He wrote A History of England, from 1273 to the Death of Henry V, and Ypodigma Neustria. His writings contain very little original information.] touching the huge Fleete of eleuen hundred well furnished ships wherewith King Edward the third passed ouer vnto Calais in the yeere 1359.

Anno gratia 1359. Iohannes Rex Francia sub vmbra pacis, & dolose obtulit Regi Anglia Flandriam, Picardiam, Aquitaniam, aliasque terras quas equitauerat & vastarat: pro quibus omnibus ratificandis, idem Rex Edwardus in Franciam nuncios suos direxit: quibus omnibus Franci contradixerunt. Vnde motus Rex Anglia, celeriter se & suos praparauit ad transfretandum, ducens secum principem Wallia Edwardum suum primogenitum, ducem Henricim Lancastria & fere proceres omnes, quos comitabantur vel sequebantur poene mille currus, habuitque apud Sanwicam instructas optime vndecies centum naues, & cum hoc apparatu ad humiliandum Francorum fastum Franciam nauigauit, relicto domino Thoma de Woodstock filio suo minore admodum paruulo Anglici regni custode, sub tutela tamen.

The same in English.

In the yeere of our Lord 1359. Iohn the French king craftily, and vnder pretence of peace offered vnto Edward the third king of England, Flanders, Picardie, Gascoigne, and other territories which he had spoyled and wasted, for the ratifying of which agreement the foresaid king Edward sent his ambassadors into France, but the Frenchmen gainsaied them in all their articles and demaunds.

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