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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.2

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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.2
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his wounds properly attended to and cured. They were rejoiced to fee him, as he was much efteemed by thefe noblemen. The French army increafed every day; for as great numbers of barons and knights were daily returning from the king of Spain, (who at that time was at war with the king of Granada and the Saracens, ) in paffing through Poitou, hearing of this war in Britanny, they turned their fteps thither, "the lord Charles had creeled fifteen or fixteen large engines before Hennebon, which threw great Hones over the walls into the town : but thofe within were not much alarmed at them, for they had taken every precaution to flielter themfelves againfl their effets : they frequently came to the walls and battlements, and, by way of joke, kept rubbing them, crying out, c Go your ways, and feek for your friends who are fleeping in the plains of Quimperlé which vexed mightily the lord Lewis of Spain, and the Genoese. % CHAP.LXXXVI. SIR JOHN BOTELER AND SIR MATTHEW THRELAW-NEY ARE RESCUED FROM DEATH. 'JpH'E lord Lewis of Spain came one day into the tent of lord Charles of Blois, where were numbers of the French nobility, and requefted of him a boon for all the fervices he had done him, and as a recompenfe for them. • . The lord Charles promifed to grant whatever he fhould aik, as hç held himfelf under many obliga-tion


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