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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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t-0 ïcud enough to be heard by all-around him ; c Sir' John Chandos, it is to your valour and.prudence that I am indebted for the good fortune of this day*: this I'ènow for a truth, as well as all thofe who are with me : I beg you will, therefore, Vefrefh yourfelf out of my cup.* He then extended to him a flagon full of wine, and his cup, out of which He fiinifelf had juft drank, adding, € After God, Ï owe more thanks to you than to all the reft of the world/' As hé finifhed thefe words, the lord de Cliflba^ returned, out of breath and very hot. He had purfued tfte enemy a long way, and had juft left theftv bringing back his men, with a number cff prifoilers.' JHe advanced dire&ly te the- earl ôf Montfort and the knights who were about him, leaped off his courfer, ^nd refreflied himfelf with them. • Whilft they were thus together, two knights and two heralds returned, who had been fent to ex-amine the dead bbdieS in the field, to know what was become of the lord Charles de BIbis : for they -trere uncertain if he had been flain or not. They cried with a loud voice, 1 My lord, be of good - cheeer, for we have feen your adverfary lord* Charles - de Blois among the dead/ Upon this, the earl of Montfort rofe up and faid, he wiihed to fee hip * himfelf, for that, * he fhould have as much pleafure . in feeing him dead as alive/ All the knights then prefent accompanied him to the fpot where he was iying apart from..the. others, covered by.a ihield, which he ordered to be taken away, and. looked at him very forrowfully. After having paufed a while, " " he


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