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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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tdwn^lM'Oflljr Aire 6r ft «f jreii may enfer, nul of the refpeâ wehear yod : thé bttfeiv touft gé any other way they cboofé/ Thé loris wert fo niiieh enragea àt this anfwer, thit mtakf high Words âtîd abùfive language enfued ; nêverfhelefs, thofe of it. Quentin would dot opéii their gâtes. Thefe tords, therefore, gate up all thoughts of following further the Navarrois, as it would hate been in vain.1 % tiMTtfdVfofe df the ëMftàblë, the French fe|iarated themfelves, ' É&â the èarl of Êt Pol went to his' feâftïé of fiohain, in fuch a rage that no one Pareil id fpeak to hitar. .1 ; . CJiAP. CXC11L . SftA. PEfdJb APptfcY JéBApÊ A F^RTf OF NÀVÀÔIKflS, / . tH mft'^KWH, TO Tâiil OU£0NS. « rfimj8 'dia'&is-'fcrtiifl- ekffèiMon end^ ^the French Ifepàïatîng; vt*etotone #ây, àttd ihê Na-varrdis inothet r ïhè laft eatfie thttt day të Vèly* where they crofled the river Oife ttt a ferdî *heri, fmdiùg they were mit ôf* all danger, théhalted ind* rfcfrefhed themfelves. Ai focnk as tfcfey thought pto* pet, they returned intè Normatoëy, ànd jo^ttieyéd from fortrefs to fortrefs in pèrffeÈt Ifefcurity, as tbey tare matters of ill the rivets âtid fiât ebtftdry. Having again entered the diftHS ôf CAtrtafttnij ffiêjr carried on their £xeurfioës, & before, ttfttogll Normandy. ' *: •• • • • " Diifittg this time,* fhe king ôf Nàtaïte retnaSnëé ât Melun upon Seme, With a tergè body ôf iben at arms. , • • It êW


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