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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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gpr* them, or they would have fared worfe, for be wifhed to deftroy them : however, they were all jjardoaed ; and the prince, don Pedro, the king of Majorca and the duke of Lancafter entered the town, where they took up their quarters : the earl «*f; Armagnac and the reft lodged themfelves in the tillages round ^bout. WeVill for a while leave the prince, to fpeak of tfcat advanced corps which was in Navarete. The before-named knights, who had remained there, HCpne very defirous of diftinguifhing themfelves : for thçy htô advanced five days march before their main army. They made frequent excurfions from Na-varete to the country of their enemies, to find out K%ei€i tfcey lay, and what they were doing. King U§nry w^ encamped in the open plain, with his irhple army. He was defirous of hearing fome in-teiîgPlçe of the prince, and much furprifed that his feN&14 ëà ifit retw Hi? people qia4e alfo daily excurfions, to lean* JfiietMpg of the Englifh, and even advanced ne^ to K&wfétQ ; fa that dpp Tello, brother to kiijg ëfflXryi ww informed thçre ^as an enpmy's garrifoi* §| ihit towrç j which mqàç him refolve tf go thifHer if i|h a grçatçF force, in ^ njoye regijlar pinner, (9 if whiï hf had haf rd were true. Hut feefpje tl?i§ liras done, it happened thaf thp ï#!gMÉt ^pgl^ts made, one evening fo long ap excurfion, that they fell in with king Henry's quarters. A grand (kirçiifh was the cpnfeqi^ence, ^'hich threw the whole army into a great alarm. They flew fome, and made fevcral prifoners : in par-. x ticular, 284


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