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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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- 1 , m . ffce Irifcg of l&igïawï %rai tiif pf«Av# i ' i§ * .o mafs o a àiii Us trmafiti 4» found ibr decamping. . ' . ÀU forts of people fol' l ih *tkT -mf # A tê the orders th* king kit X thf pre-ceding day} toi they matched through the ééwl*~ tty of ¥imeu/ drawing seat to the goéd tCWn éf Abbeville* In their march, they came ttf à fount Where a great number of the eoutitry people hki ' àlTeaibledtruftingto fome inall fcrtiflcàtiontwhicfc were thrown up there ; but the Englilh conquered s the townj as ' foon as they éatttè to it, and all that itéré within, Many of the townftoen and tbofefrom the adjoining country were flain or taken prifoners, The king lodgedj that night, in the great hospital. The . king of franco fet out from Aroimij tni Clifie to Airaines about no«f î the Englifli king had ' Quitted it about 10 o'clock* The French fbuni there provifions of all forts; toeat on'the fjritij tread and paftry in the ovens, wine In barrels, and et en fome tables ready fyrcad, for the Englilh had left it in very great hafte. The king of Frâncts fixed his quarters there, to Wait for his nobles and their retinue. The king of England was in the town of Oifemônt.f When his two marfbals re-turned hi the evening, after having overtun %i Country as far as the gates of Abbeville, *fié to St. Valéry, where they had had a fmart lkirmifli, the king of England fummoned » council, and or- * A diftria in Picardy, of wbkh St Valeij if the capital* t A town in Pkaidy, four leagues fimtn Atnie&% iff fiom r tlskiy* / - - toed


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