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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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CHAP.CLI. THE DEATH OF KING PHILIP, AND CORONATION OF HIS SON KING JOHN. JN the beginning of Auguft, in the year 1350, Raoul de Cahours*, and many other knights, and fquires, to the number of one hundred and twenty chronicle belonging to M. Brequigny, which is the only one fup-pofed to poffefs it* « Or avant, entre nous tuit frère. Battons nos charoignes bien fort, En remembrant la gran! mifere De Dieu» et fa piteufe mort, Qui fut pris de la gent amerc, Et venduz, et traîz à tort, Et battu fa char vierge et claire ; On nom de ce, battons plus fort, O Roiz des roiz, char prccieufe, Dieuz Pere, Filz, Sains Efperis, Vos faintifme char glorîeufe, Fut pendue en crois par Juîs " Et la fut grief et doloreufe : Quar vo douz fdiut fane beneic Fit la croi|t vermeille et hideufe, Lœns Dieu et battons noz pis/ M. Î-EVESQUE, torn. i. pp. 530,531. * Raoul dt Cahours was of the Engliih party, but gained over by the magnificent promifes of * king John. He firft changed his fide at this battle, when be fought with the com-mander in Brittany, who had only one hundred men, and might have gained the day, if he had not been too rafh. King John, as a recompen&, gave him 24,000 livres, and allowed him the poleffion of the lands of Beauvoir, the iiland of 266


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