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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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When it was completely over, and the king faw he had none to fight with, he ordered his trumpets to found a retreat, and made for England. s They anchored at Rye and WincheMea a little after night-fall, when the king, the prince of Wales, the duke of Lancafter, the earl of Richmond and other barons difembarked, took horfes in the town, and rode to the manfion where the queen was, fcarcely two Englilh leagues diflant. The queen was mightily rejoiced on feeing her lord. and children : Ihe bad fuffered that day great affliélion frorjn her doubts of fuccefs ; for her attendants had feen from the hills of the coaft the whole of the battle, as the weather was fine and clear, and had told the queen, who was very anxious to learn the number of the enemy, that the Spaniards had forty large fhips : the was therefore much comforted by their fafe return. ,. The king, with thofe knights who had attended him, paffed the night in revelry with the ladies, converting of arms • and amours. On the morrow the greater part of his barons, who had been in this engagement, came to him : he greatly thanked them all for the fervices they had done him, before he difmiffed them, when they took their leave, and returned every man to his home. fidentes in robore fuo et ftrermitate, dedignantur fe reddere juflu regis Edwardî, oçmes tniferabttiter perierunt, alii ferro c»fi, alii aquis fubmerfi.' THO. WALSINGHAM, Hist. Anglic p. l6S- Stowe fâys, that * Edward returned triumphant, but bewailing the lofs of fir Richard Goldefborough/—Page 250. S3 ' You


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