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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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m CHÀfc. CCXXff. " * ITHE CHllfi ATTACKED TO THE EARL Of HPfcT* FORT RETIRE AFTER THE VICTORY AT All RAY. —THE EARL'S CONDUCT, ON SEEING CHARLES t)E BLOIS DEAD- TRUCE8 GRANTED FOR BU-RYING THE SLAlN.—IN WHAT MANNER THE KINO OF ENGLAND WAS INFORMED OF THE EV-ENT OF THIS BATTLE OF AURAY. JITTER the total defeat of lord Charles's wtny, when the field of battle was free, and the pria* opal leaders, Englifh and Bretons, were returned from the purfuit, fir John Chandos, fir Robert Knolles, fir Enlace d'Ambrcticourt* fif Matthew • Gournay, fir John Bourfier #, fir Walter Huet, fir Hugh Calverley, fir Richard Burley, fir Richard Tancon f and feveral others, * drawing near to the earl of Montfort, came to a hedge, where they be« gan to difarm themfeives, knowing the day was theirs* Some of them placed thër banners and pennons in this hedge, with the arms of Brittany high above all, in a buih, m a rallying poft for their army. Sir John Chandos, fir Robert Knolles, fir Hugh Calverley and others, then approached to the earl of Montfort, and faid to him fmiling ; c My lord* praife God, and make good cheef, for this day you have conquered the inheritance of Brittany.1 He bowed to them very xefpe&fully, and then faid, • Sit John Bonrchier*—IAMIIS. f Sir Richard Taunton.*— O t ' loud


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