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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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hm two, tto*j£wrt Ikmi % yfw; but Croqttofc would never liftw.tp Itjobanced (me day, whtetv Vfaa riding a ynwg ho*ft wbidh he had juft pur* •chafed: for three fcuudredic-rowiis, aid-was putting" hipiito his full fpeed, thai the horfe rail away with him and, in leaping a ditch, {tumbled, into it, awl broke his i»afieifs neck. Smcht was the end of quart* - . . - • GHAPi CXLVIir« . ' • 81ft AVMÇRY DS FAyiE PLOTS WITtt SIR GEOFFfe*. OE CRANNY; TO SELL THE TOWN OF CALAIS* • ' jjj^T thisvtime fir Geoffry de Chargny was Hfttionedf it/St.' Qmerj to., defend the frontier,' and/ iff evesy thing? touching war, he aétôd m if he had* thWt'of- tbe prophecies of 'Merlin, but depend on our courage and iarm&4 keep yonrfelves ciof& together, be firm, and fight' as I do/ Beatunaroir* being wounded^ was quitting the field- to quench his thirjft, ,wben Geoffry du Boîs cried ouf, * Beau manoir, drink thy blood, and thy thirft will go off/ This made him dfhamed^ and return to the battle. Tie Brctam at laft gained* the day, by one of their party . breaking on horfeback the ranks of tines EogMfti ; the greater part of whojii; were killed. Knolles, Calmly, and Croquart were made prifoners, and carried.to the caftle of Joflehn. Tinteniae, on the fide of tile Bretons, and Croquart on the Englifh, obtained the prize of valour. Sach was the ifltic of this famous combat of flftixtjk 4. giolioag.to tiie Bretons, but which*decided nothing »f to the poiftffion of the duchy of Brittany. been


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