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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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and» leajvdng the'road which lad to Peroanef,fkirted the woods to fee* if they could meet with any one i they arrived at a village, the inhabitants of, which, had. fortified the church : fir Galahaut difmounted, at this place, where there- was wine, with bread and meat in plenty* which were offered to them hy thofe wkhia. • WMlft they were at this .place, fir Galahaut. called to him two of his fqyires,. one of whom was Bridoul de Talbane, and laid to them,; c Ride for. ward,, and examine the country round,, to fee if you. can perceive any one : and,, if you find nothing, return here to us : we will wait for you/ The two iquires fet off,, mounted on good' horfes, and made for a wood which was about half a French league diftant. This fame morning, fir Reginald de Boullant, a german knight belonging to the duke of Lancafter's-divifion, had rode forth* fince day-break,, and,, having made a large circuit without feeing any one* had halted at that fpou The two fquires, being^ come thither, imagined they might be feme perfons of the country, who had placed themfelves there la ambufcade, and rode fo near that each party faw the other. The two Frenchmen, therefore, confulted together, and faid,c If they be Germans, we mud pretend we belong to them : if they be of this part of the country, we will tell them who we are.* When they were fo near each other that they could fpeak, the two fqutres- foon perceived, by their uni-farms* that they urere Germans and their enemies. B 4 ' Sir 7


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