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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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wounded* In another part of the field of battle, the earls of Vaudemont and Genville, and the ear! of Vendôme were prifoners. Not far from that fpot were flam, the lord William de Nefle and the lord Euilace de Ribeaumont, the lord de la Tour and the lord William de Montagu. The lord Lewis de Melval, the lord Pierre de Buffiere and the lord de Senerach, were taken. In this engage-ment, upwards of two hundred knights and fquires were killed or captured. À band of Norman knights ftill kept up the bat-tle, in another part of the field ; • and of thefe, fir Guinenton de Ghambly and fir Baudrin de la Houfe were (lain : many others were difcomfited, ' who were fighting in ftaall bodies. •TWIMB »• i. CHAP. CLX. TWO • FRENCHMEN, RUNNING AWAY FROM THE BATTLE OF POITIERS, ARE PURSUED BY TWO ENGLISHMEN, WHO ARE THEMSELVES MADE PRI-SONERS. • • ^MONG the battles,-ikirmifhes, flights and pur-fuits, which happened in the courfe of this day, an adventure befel fir Edward de Roucy, which I cannot omit relating in this place. He had left the field of battle, as he perceived the day was irrecove-rably loft; and, not wilhing to fall into the hands' of the Englilh, was got about a league off; when he was purfued by an Englilh knight, his lance in the


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