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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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battalion rf the duké of Lanofter and If Johrt Chandos and that'of fir Bertrand du Guefclin ami the marital d'Andregfien, who had under them four thoufand men it arms at feaft. At its commencement* there was a terrible med-ley of fpears and Ihields. They were in this Ituorioo a confiderable time before ihey cotrid make any opening into each others Many gallant deeds were performed, and many a knight wihoifeclgr who -could nôt agaki raife himfelf. When thefe two dmfione were thus «gagei, ém ûthers were not willing to remain idle, bot aèranced to the combat with eageroetè. The prince of Wales, accompanied by the king, don Pedro of Caftille, and don Martin ie la Carra, who repre-sented the king of Navarre, tharged the divifion which was commanded by don Tello and don San* cho. But it feems that, as the priace and hk bat* tafibn were on the point of engaging, a fudden panic ftteéd don Tello, fo that he wheeled about, and fled in diforder without ftriking a blow, carry* frig with him two thoufand cavalry of his cfcviuon. No one knew how .to account for this conduit» This fécond divifion was no foofttr broken than it was difcomfited ; for the captai de Boch and the lord de Clîffon, quitting the tattaicm of the evl d'Armagnac with their men, fell upon them, and flew and wounded immeitfe numbers. * • 1 1fhe prince and don Pedro, upon this, advanced to the divifion commanded by king Henry, in which there were at leal forty thoufand men, arroB ca foot as on horfeback. The fight-now Ufgmkk etmeft on


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