Le débat des hérauts d'armes de France et d'Angleterre: suivi de The Debate between the Heralds of England and France by John Coke, Part 3

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Firmin-Didot, 1877 - France - 217 pages
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Page 63 - adventurers, and the famous felyshyp of the Estaple of Calais, by whom not only the martes of Barowe and Andwarpe be mayntened, but also in 'effect al the townes of Brabant, Holand, Zeland, and Flaunders. These
Page x - from that tyme is added with || a continuacion of the storie in prose to this our || tyme, now first emprinted, gathered out of || diuerse and soundrie
Page 75 - Then, forester, my friend, where is the bush That we must stand and play the murderer in
Page xiii - seigneurs, dist Prudence, vous avez ung bel office, et que tous nobles doivent amer et priser, car a voz rappors et relacions les roys, les dames, les princes et autres grans seigneurs jugent des honneurs mondains, soit en armes, comme en
Page 75 - Qui veut belle femme querre Prenne visage d'Angleterre Qui n'ait mammelles normandes, Mais bien un beau corps de Flandres, Enté sur un cul de Paris : II aura femme
Page 63 - Item, to the great nombre of people you have in Fraunce. What maner of people be they, I say, syr herald, they be caytives and wretches, lyvyng in lyke thraldome, as they dyd to the Romaynes, and
Page 64 - our clothiers were commaunded to enhabyte in townes, as they do in Fraunce, Flaunders, Brabant, Holande, and other places, we shuld have as many good townes in England as you have in Fraunce, and clothe more fyner and truelyer made, notwithstandynge your bragges. Of fruytes above th'erth in Englande.
Page 11 - plus, car nous avons gens qui ouvrent en haulte lice, c'est a dire en tappicerie d'Arras, qui sont moult honnorables et de belles veues en court de roys et de princes ; et si avons la plus belle honnesteté de linge que royaume peut avoir, soit
Page xxxix - le havre de l'Escluse, qui est ung des plus beaulx havres de Crestianté, et si est fort pour bien garder navire, et en Normandie Dieppe et Harrefleur qui sont havres fermés, Grant-ville ou navire se peut tenir seurement
Page xiii - de gracia nostra speciali ac ex certa sciencia et mero motu nostris, dedimus et concessimus, ac per presentes,

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