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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 186



ordered the bodies of the principal knights to, be taken from the ground, and carried to the monas-tery of Montenay, which was hard by, there to be interred in confecrated ground. He had it pro-claimed in the neighbourhood, that he fhould grant a truce for three days, in order that the dead might be buried. • He then marched on, paffing by Mon-treiiil-fur-mer*. His marfhals made an excurfion as far as Hefdinf, and burnt Vaubain and Serain ; but they could make nothing of the caftie, as it was too ftrong and well guarded. , They lay that Monday night, upon the banks of the Canche, near Blangy. The next day, they rode towards Boulogne, and burnt the towns of St. JofTe and NeufchateJJ : they did the fame to Eftaples, in the country of the Boulonois. The whole army paffed through the foreft of Hardelou, and ihe country of the Boulonois, and came to the large town of Wifant, where the king, prince, and all the Engliih lodged ; and, having re-frefhed themfelves there one whole day, they came, on the Thurfday, before the ftrong town of Calais. * In Picardy, diocefe of Amiens. fin Artois, fituated on the Canche, diocefe of Arras. I Villages in Picardy. CHAP. • 173


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