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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
page 27



%ere the reafons why the war was carried on in their country : nor could they get any other anfwei*. The Cambrefians were therefore obliged to put up with their loffes and grievances as well as they could. ' The king continued his route through Cambrefis, and entered Tierache * ; but his people overran the country to the right and left, and took provifions wherever they could lay hands on them. It chanced, that in one of thefe foraging parties, fir Bartholo-mew Burgherlh, in riding towards St. Quentin, accidentally met the governor of that place, fir Baldwin d'Annequin, when both riders and horfes met together : there was great confufion. and many were unhorfed on each fide but in the end the Englifh gained the field, and fir Baldwin d'Anne-quin was captured by fir Bartholomew Burgherfh, to whom he had before been a prifoner at the battle of Poitiers. The Englifh returned to the king, who that day was lodged in the abbey of Ferny t, where they found great plenty of provifions for themfelves and horfes : they then paffed on, and continued their march without any hindrance, fo that they arrive^ in the environs of Rheims. * Tierache, — a fertile country in Picard y, watered by the Oife and the Serre, to the weft of Champagne, and fouth of Hainault. f Femy,—a village in Cambrefis, oa the borders of Hai-nault. The *3


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