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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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out from Paris, and marched to Rouen, where there was a large body collected from different parts. There were many knights from Artois and Vermandois, fuch as the lord of Crequi, the lord Lewis de Havefquerque, the lord Edward de Renti, lord John de Fiennes, lord Enguerrant de Hêdin, apd many others : there came alfo from Normandy many expert men at arms. Thefe lords, with their troops, advanced until they came to the city of Coûtantes, which they garrifoned. CHAP, CLXIX. . THE BATTLE OF COtJTANTIN, BETWEEN SIB «OD-• FEEY DE HARCOURT, AND SIR RAOUL DE REY-NEVÀL. .^jyHEN fir Godfrey lie Harcourt, who was ftrong, bold, and courageous, heard that the French were come to the city of Coutances, he colleéled together as many men at arms as poifible, archers and other friends, and faid he would go to meet them. He left, therefore, St. Sauveur le Vi-comte, accompanied by about feven hundred men, including every one. This fame day, the French alfo fallied out, and had fent forward their fcouts to examine the coun-try, who returned and informed their lords that they had feen the Navarrois. ' On the other hand, fir Godfrey had fent out his fcouts, who had taken a different road, and, having 4 ' examined 362


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