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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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mta, were above feven country league! behind. 'The prinee was, during the whole time he lay be-fore Vittoria, in .the greateft aaguifh of mind at their being fo Jong in* coming-up to him. Never-thelefs, had the Spaniards thought proper to ad-vance nearer them with the intent of offering battle, the prince without waiting for this divifion would not haverefufed the combat. CHAP, ccxzxvir. 'TITHE ARRIVAL OF sir BERTRAND DU GUESCLIN, ^TO. THE AID OF KING HENRY. DON TELLO ATTACKS THE ADVANCED GUARD OF the PRINCE OF WALES,—DEFEATS SIR WILLIAM FELTON AND HIS BODY OF MEN. ^jJ^HEN evening came, the two marfhals, fir - Guifcard d*Angle and fir Stephen Coffijagtofl, ordered every man to retire to his quarters ; but,- •.on the trumpets founding on the morrow morning, they were all to take the field in the fame pofition they had done before. Every one obeyed thefe orders, except fir William Felton and his company, whom I have before mentioned. They left the , prince that fame evening, and advanced farther into •• the country, to learn the ftate of the enemy : thty took up their quarters about twa leagues diftant from their army. • Don Tello happening this very evening to bé i& • his brother king Henry's tent, converting on Various •? topics, faid to the king j ' Sbe,. you know that «rf* M


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