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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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IjVtench/ Sir Thomas Dagworth was taken prifoner, after having been feverely wounded- Sir J ©ha Hartwell efeaped as well as he was ABLE, with all that he could bring off with him, by making for the river. He related to fir Taneguy du Châtel the ill fuccefs of their attack ; and they held a council* whether they ought not to return to Henneboti.* . , CHAP. CXLL • Til COMBAT OF LA ROCHE-D'ERRIEN, WHERE . THE LORD tftf ARLES OF BLOI8 19 MADS PRÏ- - ÉONER, J^T the time they were holding this council, , whether to decamp or not/ there came to them a knight from the countefs, called Gamier lord of Cadoudalj with a hundred men at arms, who had been prevented from coming fooner. When he was informed of the refolution they were about to take of returning, 9 Oh come/ faid he, € arm your-felves quickly, and mount your horfes ; and he * Our hiftorians refate this affair differently. See Diigdale's v Baronage. Sir Thomas Dagwortfr was not mode priftner, nor wounded ; he was the peifon who'atfvifcd the iecond attack, not the lord of Cadouda), as FroifTart relates. The king, for his good condtift, made' him his lieutenant-general of the-duchy of Brittany ; and the enduing year he was called up to the houfe of peers. In the Hiftoire de Bretagne, fo often quoted, the account of thefe engagements is very different, and in part not Very much to the honour of fir Tbomas Dagworth, if the fa&9 he true. Vol. i. pp. 576, 277. that 212


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