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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
page 467



Roos of Hamlake, fir Henry Percy, the lord BafTet, the lord Willoughby of Erefby, the lord Delaware, the lord de la Pole, fir Thomas Grandifon, fir Alan Boxhall, fir Richard Story*, and many others": the whole force amounted to about five hundred men at arms, and as many archers. They marched to Dover and its neighbourhood. " When the tranfports were ready, they embarked^ and having a favourable wind, arrived at the ftrong town of Calais, where they landed, and by little and littlç difembarked every thing which belonged to them. They took up their quarters in the town. . About this time the king of England fent anjr baffadors to entreat moft earneftly fir Robert de Namur to affift him in the war, with all the menât arras that were dependant on him* Sir Robert, who had ever been fteady and loyal to the Engli£h9 replied, that he fhould be as foon on his march as was neceflary ; for having been informed that the king or one of his fons was to be at Calais, to make an incurfion, the moment he fhould hear of the duke of Lancafter's arrival, he would fummon all his companions, and thofe whofe afiiftance he wifhed for j, his arms and every thing elfe being already prepared* We will now return to what was paling in Poitou. * Sturie. Barnes calls Mm Sterrie $ Hollingdiead, Sturrie. •-IAP. 453


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