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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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mont thus heard himfelf called upon, he turned hî% horfe about, lowered his lance, and made ftraight for fir Guy. Thefe two knights met each other with fuch force, that their lances were fhivered on their fhields ; but they were fo firm in their* feats that neither was unhorfed, as they pafled each other. On their return, they drew their fwords ; and, at the fame time, both their companies began to fight fo furioufly, that in the courfe of the rencounter many were unhorfed on each fide. The Bretons acquitted themfelves mod loyally ; but in the end they could not maintain their ground, for numbers increafed upon them every moment fo that they were all killed or made prifoners ; none efcaped. Sir Beaumont de Laval was taken by fir Guy de Graville, and brought as his prifoner to the caftle of Evreux, whither all the other prifoners were conduced. Thus ended this adventure ; for which fir Guy was much praifed, and beloved by the king of Navarre and the citizens of Evreux. „ CHAP. CCXIX. THE KING OF CYPRUS RETURNS TO PARIS.—THE ' FUNERAL OF KINO JOHN AT ST. DENIS.—THE • CAPTAL DE BUCH MAKES AN ATTACK ON SIR BERTRAND DU GUESCLIN. ^HE king of Cyprus, who was now returned from Aquitaine to France, went to meet the king, who had before borne the title of duke of Normandy. His two brothers, the duke of Anjou, and the lord K4 • PMHp,


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