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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 317



Éecàênîng tie Otlers : théfe were tWenty-ètë Étitel tali earls, and upwards of fix fcôre banners. Thé four young fois of the king were alfo with him ; Charles duke of Normandy, the lord Lewis* who was afterwards duke of Anjou, the lord John fince dukë of Berry, and the lord Philip, tie younger* Who was afterwards duke of Burgundy. About this time, pope Innocent VI. had lent into France two cardinals, fir Bertrand* cardinal of Pe-irigord, and fir Nicholas, cardinal d'Aigei*, to en-deavour to make a peace between the king of France fend his enemies, and especially between him and the king of Navarre, who was (till detained in prifon. The two cardinals had held frequent conference* With the king on this fubjefit, during the fiege of Bréteuil, but were not able to bring it to a con-clusion. The cardinal of Pfcrigord had retired to the city of Toursi where he was informed that the king of France was marching in âll halle after the Englilh. He therefore left Tours, and hailened to Poitiers* tfs he.had learnt that the two armies were approach* iig near to each other in that quarter. When the king of France heard that the prince of Wales was making as much halle as poffible to return, he did not think he could any wày efcapâ him. He marched from la Haye, with his whole army, and wade for Chattvignyf, wheye te took * In fome, it is ITJrgcl. , t A town in Poitou, m tie Vienne, diocefe of Peitler* fis leagues from Poitiers, up m


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