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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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without me.' They then marched out of thetpwn, in handfome order, and made a flow, as if they would fight valiantly, and cifk their lives upon tin event. ' ~ • 4 - CHAP* CXX11. THE BATTLE OF CAEN. THE ENGLISH TAKE THE • • ' " TOWN. this day the Englifh rofe very early, mi made themfelves ready to march to Caen: the king beard mafs before fun-rife, and afterwards mounting his horfe, with the prince of Wales, ani fir Godfrey de Harcourt (who was marfhal anddi* reâor of the army, and through whofe advice the king had undertaken this expedition) marched for» ward in order of battle. The battalion of the mar* fhals led the van, and came near to the handfome town of Caen. " . When the townfmen, who had taken the field, perceived the Englifh advancing, with banners and pennons flying in abundance, and faw thofe archers whom they had not been accuftomed to, they were fo frightened that they betook themfelves to flighty and ran for the tpwn in great diforder, without re-garding the conftable and the men at arms who were with them. The Englifh pu rfued them eagerly; which, when the conftable and the earl of Tancaf-ville faw, they gained a gate at the entrance of the bridge in fafety, and a few kdights with them, for the Englifh had already entered the town. K 4 ' Some 131


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