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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.3

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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.3
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coufîft the earl of March, whom he much loved, hi* conftable. Firft marched five Jumdred knights, well armed, and a thoufand archers, in the van of the king's battalion, which was compofed of three thoufand men at arms and five thoufand archers ; himfelf and attendants Tiding among thefti in clofe order after the conftable. In the rear of the king's battalion, was the immenfe baggage-train, which occupied two leagues in length : it .confided of upwards of five thoufand carriages, with a fufficiency of horfes to carry tfie provifion for tîie army, and thofe utenfils never before accuftomed to tre carried after an army, ftrch as liandmlHs to grind ttteir corn, ovens *o èafee tferôr bread, wA a variety off ©diet tieceffary articles. . . .Nesot marched thje ftrong ftattatien of the prince -of "Wales: be was acaaoapatoied tby his brothers : it was rcoi^pafed of fail êwo iho&hnd ' peu at .arms, fliclft -excellently mou&ted and ridéy éreflôd. Both •the taem at aa»s aod afchers marched m cWe order, fo that they were ready -kftaarfy to e**gage, Should thé» be occafion. On their .marcà, they (did flot leave evctti a boy idhifïd them without waitifig for him, ;fb tfeat they mild not well advance tnore than four fe^gues a~ day. In tek ftate, they were met by the duke ^f Lan-cafter with the fdr^g^oràs, *S km hem teektoe ab-lated, between Calais aiuNhe abbey of Lkq*ws % * Licquts,*-* feiall tttte In Viwfy, forevt+tf&i of Ardrcs, in 2


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