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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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f 56 horfes, as well as by the help of fome Gafcons who had accompanied them. Thefe thirty men, who, as you have feen, were fo well mounted, and who knew well what they were to do, neither looking to the rifk nor danger, made up dire&Iy to the captai and furrounded him. They all fell upon him, and carried him off by dint of force, quitting the fpot dire&ly. This created great confufion, and all the battalions drew thither-ward ; for the captai's men were like to madmen, fhouting out,4 Refcue, refcue the captai !' All this, neverthelefs, was of no fervice or help to them ; for, in faô, the captai was carried off in the manner I have related, and placed in fafety. However, at the moment this happened, it was not truly known which fide had the beft of the battle. _ In this grand buftle and confufion, whilft the Navarrois and Englifh, like madmen, were follow-ing the captai, who had been captured before their eyes, fir Aymon de Pommiers, fir Petiton de Cour-ton, the fouldich de la Trane, and the company of the lord d'Albret, determined unanimoufly to make for the banner of the captai, which was fixed in a bufh, and which ferved as a ftandard for the Navarrois. The attack and defence were equally fharp and vigorous ; for it was guarded by good men : parti-cularly, by fir Bafcon de Marneil and fir Geoffry de ' Roufïillon : many were wounded, killed, un-horfèd and refcued. The Navarrois, at lafl, who were near this bufh and about the banner, were broken


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