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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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3i» return thanks to the prince, but he would not iuffef it, and took him ' by the hand : upon which, don Pedro fad; € Dear and fair coufin, I owe you many thanks and praifcs for the happy event of this day, which I have gained through your means.9 The prince replied \ € Sir, render your thanks to God ; for to him alone belongs the praife : the viôory comes from him, and not from me.' The lords of the council of the prince were now afiembled, and converted on different matters. The prince remained there fo long that all his men were returned from the purfuit, when he ordered four knights, with as many heraltfc, to fearch the field of battle, and fee what mm of rank had been killed ; and alfo to know for truth what was become of king Henry, called the Baftard, if he were among the de- or not, for at that time they knew nothing certain about him- After having given thefe orders, the prince - and his barons descended towards the quarters of king Henry and the -Spaniards. The apny, according to orders, fpread itfelf abroad among the tents of the enemy, where they found plenty of every fort of provifion, from the want of which they had fo lately fuffered. They made Uiemfehres very comfortable, and fupped with great joy. After fupper, the knights and heralds who had been fent to examine the field of battle, returned, and reported from the account they had taken, that only five hundred and fixty men at arms-lay dead ; that they had not found the body of king Henry, which was difpleafing information to dott Pedro. Among the dead, they had only found four knight:


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