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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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that love me let them follow me, for I am going to engage*. He then drew his fword, and, with it in his hand, marched at the head of his battalion. He and fcis company were aimoft down the hill before the captai moved ; but when he found this to be fo, and that fir John Jouel meant to, fight without him, he eonfidered it as a great prefumption, and faid to thofe around him, 'c Come, let us defcend the hill fpeedily, for fir John Jouel fhall not fight without me.* « The company of the captai advanced forwards, with him at their head, his fword in his hand. When the French, who had been watching them all the time, faw them defcend and enter the plain, they were mightily rejoiced, and faid, c See now, what we have been waiting for all this day has come to paftP They then faced about, with a thorough good will to meet their enemies, crying out c4 Nôtre Dame Guefclin !* They dreffed their banners in front of the Na-varrois, and began to form under them from all parts and on foot. 1 On the fide of the Navarrois, fir John Jouel advanced,, fword in hand, moft valiantly, and drew up his battalion oppofite to that of the Bretons, which was commanded by fir Ber-trand rdu Guefclin, and performed many gallant deeds of arms ; for he was a bold knight ; but he found there one that was too able a match for him. The knights and fquires then fpread themfelves over the plain, and began to fight with all forts of weapons, juft as they could lay hands upon them f and each party met the other with great courage, Thc


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