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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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ëf the Preach : they twhorftd mmjâ nd toot finflf prifoners, infomuch that the main army began tu be in motion. News was brought of this to the king of France, -as he was. on the point of entering the city of Poitiers : upon which he turned hack, and ordered his whole army to do the tame, and make for the open fields, fo that it wa» vety fat» before they were quartered* • The Englifi* detachment returned to the prince, ?nd related to him the appearance of the French : that they were in immenfe numbers. The priacc* on hearing this, feid * God, help us ,\ we muft IUNV confider which will be the beft materner to %bf them the moft advantageoufly.' This night, the Englilh were quartered in ft wy ftrong pofition, among vineyards and hedges, and both armies were well guarded. CHAP. CLVHI. ÏHÉ DISPOSITION OF THE FRENCH HBFOBE tWM BATT» OF POITlEESt. the Sunday morning, tie king of France, who was- very impatient to combart th^ Englilh, ordered a folerna mafs to be fung in. his pavilion i and he mod his four fons received the communion. Mafs being over, there eame to him the duke of Orleans, the duke of Bourbon, the earf of Pon-thieu, the lord James de Bourbon», the duke of Athens conftable of France^ the earl of Tancarville, the earl of Saltzburg, thé earl of Pamoiartia, the carl m


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