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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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ticulàr, the knight who comnjanded the guard ^rU 'taken, without lofs to themfelves, and carried clou: o£ On the morrow, they fent a herald to the «prince, who was at Salvatierra, to inform him what they had discovered. They told him the fituarioa the enemy had chofen, and what numbers they 'confifted of; for they had obtained every in-formation from their prifoners. The prince was ^delighted with this intelligence, and with the goo4 fuccefs of his knights. King Henry was much enraged that the Engfifii 1 who Were quartered at Navarete fhould thus alani* tfisJarmy, and faid that he would avance towards them. He therefore decamped with all his array* defigned to fix his quarters in the plains near Vit-toria: he crofled the river* which runs nearNa-^ rareté, in order to march to that country. ' Sir William Felton, as foon as he heard that d#jf Henry had pafled the river, and was on his march towards the prince, held a council ofall the-knight* who were with him. They determined to quit their 4prefent quarters, and take the field, in order to-be fatifefted of the truth in regard to the Spaniards* They therefore'marched from Navârete, feriding^iil* I Imagine fchis'tfinft ht the Ebro y for by'Wie map, there nls no iTVcr t&at ¥ûns near Navarete which it was nsceffary fur ?yon Henry* to crôfs m his *nurch from St. Domingo de i* :Caîçada» where he-was encamped, to Vittoria In Bifcay. Barnes fays, don Henry advanced as far as StJMîguëî'to "meet the" En£t\(k ; but it is riot lb in'my copfes, nor tan I-*fcid StT'WgticHrf TO y m a fpçj 4c féems, however, probable* Hur Hït&frWvftë'îitf diftanviiftd^OHJCofthe line to'NaVaretc. formation* '2S5


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