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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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ie them to ifceeté When the captai lad heard irom faucon the numbers the French army con* - jd of, he immediately difpatched meffengers to the captains who were in the city of Evreux, with orders for them to fend him as many reciruits and young gallants# to his affiftance as they could poffibly colled t they were to meet him at Co* cherel t; for, fuppofing that he fhould find the French in that neighbourhood, he had determined to fight them wherever he fhould meet them* When the meffengers came to Evreux, the lord Michael d'Orgery had it publicly cried, and ftri&Iy ordered all thofe who were horfemen to join the captai. Upon this, there immediately fet out one hundred and twenty young companions from that town. On the Wedhefday |he captai de Buch took up his quarters* about two o'clock, on a mountain, and encamped his army. ' The French* who were wMh-* ing to meet them, marched ftraight forwards until they came to a river, called Yton, in that country* which runs towards Evreux, having its fource near Conches^ and encamped themfelves at their eafe* this, fame Wednefday, in a handfome meadow, through which this river runs. ' On the morrow, the Navarrois decamped, and fent their fcouts out, to examine whether they could • Young gallants. In all the original, it is * jeunes arme* rets,' which D. Sauvage thinks fhould be bannerets, but I do not fee why. In Du Cange, armeret is a gallant, and thus I bave tranfiated it. f Cocherel,—a village in Normandy, diocefe of Evreux. learn i'4i


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