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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
page 143



café, carts, horfes, freine, Iheep, and every thing iu abundance which the country afforded. Theyfeized whatever they chofe of all thefe good things, and brought them to the king's army ; but the foldiers did not give any account to their offi-cers, or to thofe appointed by the king, of the gold and fil ver they took, which they kept to themfelves. In this manner did fir Godfrey, every day, proceed on the left of the king's army, and each night re-turned, with his party, to the place where he knew the king intended fixing his quarters. Sometimes, when he found great plenty of forage and booty, he was two or three days before he returned. The king therefore, with the army and baggage, ad-vanced towards St* Lo*, in Cou tan tin; but, before he arrived there, he took up his quarters on the banks of tjbe river, to wait for the return of that part of his army which he had fent along the. fea-coaft. When they were comeback, with all their booty fafely packed in waggons, the earl of Warwick, the earl of Suffolk, the lord Thomas Holland, and' the lord Reginald Cobham, took their march, with their battalion, on the right,, burning and deftroying the country in the fame way that fir Godfrey de Har-court was doing. The king marched, with the main body, between thefe two battalions; and every night they ail encamped together.' m Diocefe of Coutances. CHAP-


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