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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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CHAP. CÇLXIII. SIR ROBERT KNOLLES, SIR JOHN CHANDOS AND SIR THOMAS FELTON MARSHAL THEIR MEN, AND RETURN TO THE PRINCE OF WALES. J^S thefe knights and their army were making in-curfions on the borders of Rouergue and .Quercy, taking towns and caftles, and diftreffing the whole country, Chandos the herald returned. He found them before a caftle in Quercy, whkh they had hard prefled. When they faw the herald, they received him joyfully, and inquired what news he had brought. He told them that his highnefs the prince faluted them all, and was very defirous of feeing themj and at thefe words he gave them the letters from the prince, which the barons took and read. •They found that with mai\y afTurances of affe&iqn and friendship, hedefired that fir John Chandos, fir Thomas Felton, and the captai de Buch fhould re-turn to him at Angouleme ; and that fir Robert Knolles with his army, and all the free companies, fhould remain where they were to continue the war. When thefe three lords, who were the chiefs of the army, heard the prince's orders, they looked at each other, and alked what was beft to be done. With one voice, they addrefled themfelves to fir Ro-bert Knolles, and faid ; * Sir Robert, you fee and . hear how bur lord the prince orders us back, and di-rects that you fhould remain in this country to be the leader of the army/ • My lords,* replied fir Robert, f his highnefs the prince does me more honor than I could wifh. Know, 447


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