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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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' 2ÊV one- hundred and fixty fences, well mounted, a©# three hundred * archtrs. There were alfo wkh hkn9. fir- Hugh Stafford, fir Richard Caufto» and» fi* Simon Burley, who are not men to be forgotten* This body rode on through the kingdom of Navarre, under the (Hre£Kon of guides, who cons dufbed them to the river Ebro* which, at Logrom, is very deep and rapid. They, however, advanced beyond it, and took up their jquartex* at a vilfcige caHed1 Navarete : there they halted, m older to be the better informed- where Mug Beary wm9 and to learn the ftate of his army. CHAP. CCXXXVf. ?HZ KING OF NAVARUB IS MMË PUSOHB& IX SIR. OLIVIER B£ MAXINY» A BRETON AND F AR-TISAN OF KING HENRY.—THE ?WW1 Of WALES ADVANCES TO SALVATIERRA, IN SFAJUtC» —SIR WILLIAM FELTQN SKIRMISHES WITH THE ENEMY NEAR THE QUARTERS OF THE KINQ Of . SPAIN.—THE TWO ARMIES ABVANÇE TOWA&DS EACH OTHER. ip|^HlLST all thefe thihgs were going on, the knights remained at Navarete, and the prince and Ms army in the country round Bauppdum, The king of Navarre, in riding from "one town to another on the fide where the French lay, was made prifoner by fir Olivier de Mauny. The prince and all the Englifh were much, aftonifliçd at it : ibme v\ the army thought it might have been done defign* cdly.


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