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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 170



™Tbât Sight, the king of France entertained at fupper, in Abbeville, all the princes and chief lords. There'was much converfation relative to war ; anct, the king intreated them, after fupper, that they would always remain in friendfhip with each other that tti^y would be friends without jealoufy, and courteous without pride. _ The king was still ex-peeling èhe earl of Savoy, who ought to have been there: with a thoufand lances, as he had been well1 paid for them at Troyes in Champaign, three months in advance. • .'• /CHAP. CXXVJ. THE ORDER OP BATTLE OF THE ENGLISH AT CRECY, * WHO WERE DRAWN UP IN THREE BATTALIONS • . ON FOOT. king of England, as I have mentioned be-fore, encamped this Friday in the plain ; for he found the country abounding in provifions ; but, % if they fhould have failed, he had plenty in the car-riages which attended on him. The army fet about -furbifbing and repairing their armour ; and the king gave a fupper, that evening, to the earls and • barons of his army, where they made good, cheer* On their taking leave, the king 'remained alone, with the lords of his bed-chamber : he retired into his oratory, and, falling on his knees before the altar, prayed to God, that, if he fhould combat his enemies on the morrow, he might come off with honor. About midnight he went to his bed ; and, ' rifing


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