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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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fo'gffc forward, and fret tbemfèlvet from tltf tbeong. - Thé prince of Wak*, who was as courageous •» s lias, toëk great delight that day to combat hm fncBiiea Sir John Chandos, who- was near bit per fon, and had never quitted it during tbe whole *f the day, nor flopped to make prifoners, faid to him toward* tbe end of the battle ; ^ Sir, it will be proper for you ta halt here, and plant your banner #n the top of tbis bufh, which will ferv* to rallf jour, forces», that feem very muck fcattered ; f« I éb not «fee tny banners or pennons of tit French ; mw any cenfdeiable bodies able to rally agaisit us ; and you muft tefreii yourfelf a little, a&v I perceive, you are very much heated/' Upoa tM§ the banner of the peinte was placed mm a high bulk : thç minfttels began to play MA trumpets and clarions to do their duty. The prime took off his helmet and the knights attendant #§ •Msperfoa, and belonging to his chamber; wereioM -teady; and pitched a fmall pavilion of, crimfan co-lour, which the prince entered. Liquor was thea brought to him and the other knights who were with bint: they increafed every moment; for they werte fetor ning from the pur fuit, and flopped there* fiirnauaded by theit prifoneps. As .foon as the two marfhals were come back, tbe * prince afted them if they knew any thing of the hing of France : they replied, ' No fir ; not for a eertaitoty ;• but we believe he muft be either killed or made prifoner, fince he has never quitted h» battalion,' Tbe prince then, addreffing the earl af ' ^Warwick


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