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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.4

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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.4
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raine, and that he would meet him at ChltetheJ raut*. Chandos the herald was the bearer of Ufa mefiage. He found the earl of Pembroke-at Wdrtagne bufily employed in muttering his men, and preparing, as it appeared, to make an excur-sion. He excused himfelf a fécond time, by the advice of his council, faying he could not accom-pany him. The herald, on his return, found hit matter and the army at Châtelheraut, to whom he delivered his anfwer. When fir John Chandos heafd it, kt was very melancholy, knowing that pride and pre-fumption had made the earl refufe to be a party in this coédition, and only replied, * God*i will be done.* He difmified the greater part of his army, who fepanited, and he, with his at* fendants, returned to Pofticfrs. _ ' • CHAP. III. THE LORD ' LOUIS DE SANCERRE SURPRISES THE. EARL OF' PEMBROKE. SEVERAL OF HIS MEN ARE SLAIN, AND THE EARL IS BE-SIEGED IN A HOUSE AT PUIRENON. 1I7E will now relate how the earl of Pembroke If profpercc}# As foon as he knew that fir John Chandos had di(banded his army, and was * Châtelheraut,—a town in Poitou, on the Vienne. • returned 9'


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