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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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• Sir Reginald de Boullant fyoke to them k German, and inquired whofe foldiers they were. IJridoul de Tallonne, who well underftood that language, anfwered c We belong to fir Bartholomew Burgherfh/ € And where is fir Bartholomew ?' c He is/ replied he, * in that village/ 4 For what reafon has he flopped there ?' 6 Sir, • becaufe he has fent us forward, to fee if we can find any thing to forage in this part of |he country.* c By my faith, there is not/ anfwered fir Reginald ; c for I have been all over it, and have not been able to pick up, any thing- Return to him, and tell him to advance, and we will ride together as far as St. Quentin, and fee if we cannot find out a better country, or fome good adventure.' 4 And who are you V demanded the fquire. 6 I am called Reginald de Boullant/ anfwered the knight,c and fay fo to fir Bartholomew/ Upon this the two fquires turned about, and went to the village where they had left their mafter. As foon as fir Galahaut faw them, he afked, c What news ? have you found or feen any thing ?' € Yes, fir, enough, in confcience : beyond this wood is fir Reginald de Boullant, with about thirty more : he has been riding about this neighbourhood all this morning, and defires much to have your company to ride further forward towards St. Quentin.' c How/ replied fir Galahaut, c what are you fay-ing? fir Reginald de Boullant is a german knight, and in the fervice of England.' 1 All this we know well/ anfwered the fquire. 1 Then how could you get away from him ?' 4 Sir,' faid Bridoul, c I will tell you/ 8


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