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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 42



At this.period, the lord de Fiennes, conftable of France, was in the city of Auxerre * with a number of men at arms. CHAP. CCVIIL, TUM KING- OF ENGLAND, iKFTEK HE HAD RAISEft THE SIEGE OF RHEÎMS, WASTES AND DESTROYS ALL THB COUNTRIES HB PASSES THROUGH.— H£ COMES TO GUILJLON, WHERE HE REMAINS. —GREAT QUANTITIES OF PROVISION FOLLOW . THE ARM*. '^HE king of England and his army remained five days in Tonnerre, on account of the good wines he found there. The caftle was often aflaulted j but it was well' provided with men at arms, com-manded by fir Baldwin d'Annequin, mafter of the crofs-bows. When they had well repofed and re-frefhed themfelves in Tonnerre, they marched off, and crofted the river Armançom The king of England left the road to Auxerre on his right handa and took that which leads to Noyers t : his inten-tions were to enter Burgundy and pafs his Lent there. He and his whole army marched above Noyers ; but he would not fuffer any attack to be made on it, as the lord of it was his prifoner fince the battle of Poitiers. They marched on for their • It Is Dampierre in the printed copies. Denys Sauvage thinks it ought to have been Auxerre. It is Auxerre in my MSS. t Noyers,—a town in Burgundy, on the river Serin, did* çefe of Langres. 2*


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