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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 445



ile ou UÉ^ÎU Mi Eranpct' to ibind, mà hi* -ctu» psiona, who illicit be aJbut fi* foa«e, 4o nbuat their horfes. At the famt time, he têwk off #m ef Iris feownts to Laon, which wms not far diftant, to inform a eapt&in who was flattened there what was going forwards. Em would met wjak for Hie arrival of this reinforeemtnt, huit fet of dire&ly, Ml gal-lop, w$rick lie continued natil he came to the lord de Piaon and bis company, whom he found & hard pcefled by the Navarrois, that they cpuld not bave held out much longer. The canon immediately placed hs« lance m its reft, and rafbed upon the Kmmtms with fuel force, that he ft rock down three the 'firft onfot. His people, being frelh apd in fpirîts, drove down the Navarrois, who were quite fatigued with having coihbated the whole day. The canon de fiobefart gave fuch deadly-Mows with his battle aloe, that none could Hand before him. Thefe plunderers were totally routed: more than one hundred and fifty were left dead on the field of battle; and if any attempted to fave them-felves they were met by the detachment from Laon, who made fuch a laughter, that, of the three hu«-èced they amounted to at firft, fifteen only efcaped ; the reft were either ftain or made prifoners. CHAR 430-


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