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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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camp : they were not perceived by any one/for all were gone to the fkirmifli upon the ditch. Sir Walter made ftraight for the tent of lord Charles, where he found the two kqights, fir John Roteler and fir Matthew Trelawney, whom he immediately mounted upon two courfers which he had ordered to be brought for them, and, returning as fall as poflible, entered Hennebon by the fame way as he had, fajlied forth. The countefs came to fee them, and received them with great joy. • The Englilh and Bretons continued ftiH fighting at the barriers, where they gave their enemies fuf-ficient employment, News was loon brought to the nobles of France, that the two knights had been refcued ; which when the lord Lewis heard, he was ferely difap pointed, and inquired the way the Englilh and Bretons, who had refcued them, had takyu : they informed him, that they had immediately seturned, and were pro-bably now in Hennebon. The lord Lewis, upon this, left the affault, and retired to his tent in de-fpight ; and all the reft of the army began to retreat from the barriers. In this combat, two knights of the countefs'* party were captured, who had adventured too far; the lord -of Landreman and the governor of G uin-gamp ; which gave the lord Charles mpch pleafure. They were carried to his tent, where they were fo effectually talked to, that they turned on his fide, and fwore homage and fealty to him. Three days after, there was a council of all the nobles held in lord Charles's tent, to conlider what M was 13


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