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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 191



lord Charles de Blois. Lord Charles was very courteous and polite, and perhaps would willingly have liftened to terms of peace, and been contented with a part of Brittany, without much wrangling ; but he was, in God's name, fo hard preffed by the laft words of the lady his wife, and the knights of his party, that he could neither draw back nor dif-femble. CHâP. CCXXIV. THE LORD CHARLES OF BLOIS ADVANCES AGAINST THE EARL OF MONTFORT IN ORDER OF BATTLE. SIR JOHN CHAN DOS, AFTER HAVING DRAWN UP THE BATTALIONS OF THE E4RL OF MONTFORT, PREVENTS THE TREATY FROM TAKING PLACE WHICH THE LORD DE BEAUMANOÎR WAS NE-GOTIATING BETWEEN THE TWO PRETENDERS TO THE DUCHY OF BRITTANY. J^ETWEEN Vannes and Auray, where the earl of Montfort was encamped, there are eight country leagues ; fo that news was foon brought to him that the lord Charles was advancing, with the ftaeft body of men at arms, the handfomeft equipped and the beft ordered that had ever left France. This intelligence gave great joy to the Englifh who were there *, for they were eager for the fight. Thefe companions, therefore, immediately fet about putting their armour in good repair, and re-furbifhing their lances, daggers, battle-axes, coats of mail, helmets, fcull-caps, vifors, fwords and all Vp^HL N ' forts 177


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