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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 355



commanded, In the name of the prince, and under pain of inftant death, that everj one fhould keep his diftance, and not approach unlefs ordered or defired fo to do. They all retreated behind the king; and the two barons, difmounting, advanced to the king with profound reverences, and'con-ducted him in a peaceable manner to the prince of Wales. CHAP. CLXIL THE PRINCE OF WALES MAKES A HANDSOME PRESENT TO THE LORD JAMES AUDLEY, AFTER THE BATTLE OF POITIERS. ' gOON after the earl of Warwick and the lord Reginald Cobham had left the prince, as has been above related, be inquired from thofe knights who were about him of lord James Àudley, and alked if any one knew what was become of him : 4 Yes, fir,' replied fome of the company, € he is very badly wounded, and is lying in a litter hard by/ 4 By my troth/ replied the prince, rI am fore vexed that he is fo wounded. See, I beg of you, if he be able to bear being carried hither : otherwifç I will come and vifit him/ -Two knights dire&ly left the prince, and, coming to lord James, told him how delirous the prince was of feeing him. * À thoufand thanks to the prince,1 anfwered lord James, € for condefcending to remember fo poor a knight as myfelf/ He then called eight of his fervants, and had himfelf borne in his litter to « where MO


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