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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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his army, and come to Paris, where he himfelf was going. When the diike received thefe orders, he lent for the principal lords of his artoy, and told them fecretly their contents ; faying, * We muft break up our camp;, for the king fends for us back/ When it was midnight, thofe to whom he _ had given this information, having packed up every thing, were mounted, and had fet fire to - their quarters. At this hour, fir Henry de SanceHe wm returning to his tent, having been on guard with. ' fir Robert dé Naraur's men, to whom he was at-tached Ï and feeing firft one, then two, and then three fires in the enemy's camp, he faid to him-felf, c Thefe French think, perhaps, to furprifc us : they have the appearance, of intending it. Let us go/ faid he to thofe near him, f to fir Robert's tent, and awaken him, that, ihouid it be fo, he may be prepared in time/ Sir Henry went thi-ther, and, calling his chamberlains, told them,, they muft inftandy awaken fir Robert, They went to his bed-fide and fir Henry de Sancelio with them, who awakened him, and told him all that he had feen. Sir Robert made anfwera f We fhall foon hear other news : let our men be inftandy armed and made ready/ He him-felf was foon armed. When his men were drawn up, he had his banner difplayed, and marched to the tent of the duke of Lancafter, who was arming alfo, for he had received fixuilar information. It was not long before the different lords came thither, one after another : as they ar-rived,


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