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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 458



had wftefted from hiaa» hrtreated the affiftanc* of ; thofe knights and fquires who were his neighbours* He cblleâed upwards of a hundred lances and . forty horferaen, whom he conducted febra the city of Laen* Among them were the enrl de Porciwj *« lord Robert de Canency* the lord de Moptega^fn Oftrevant, and others. They advanced toward* Siffbnne, and meeting with that garrifon, who were burning a village, fell upon them merrily* This Hanequin and his followers immediately difmount» ed, and placed their archets in the front. The engagement was very Jharp ; but thofe from Laon. retreated towards their city without having done much. The other Frenchmen remained, and fought manftilly for a tyng time. However, the fortuite erf thé day waa againft them: thè *ati de Riucy was feverely wonndéd, aûd rimde prifbne* : the ' lord Greftild de Cufeftjr* the d dé Maiifagny and many other men a* arms, were lilfewlfe eafw tared* : Th» wis the earl of • Routty made prt&ber twicefit the fpâne/df «one year. , The Ibtû EUfiact Mrtre1' 1 ibU time in Champagne, with feVtn hwftltdd fighting .Mem under bis command ; by whofç means he *&• quired great wealth, from the ranfoms #f fowd*t enfiles^ vineyard* and pritate fa^nfeS, as Well as by granting pafiportsi He was mailer of at leaft twd:v# fbrtrefifesv and ui*ch id loVe with the lady Ifabteila Ac Julitir&* daughter of the earl of Julie**, whom IHLILNMH , 'L.'TLL'L HIT LHUHLII'1 ,M III U ! *t 1 II -unr I» • * Mtece to thfe qœéti of ftiglrtié, ànd vMbw eff Ihi él#l *f lfem.U-ikfi#£.MJ fori* Pi 8At;va«*w. he 443


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