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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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to the to fee my lady-mother thus carried off: we muft recover her as foon as wc can : but the caf-tle they cannot take with them : that, therefore, we will have. Since you have twice come hither with propofitiofts, you will bear this from me to your matters, that if they will draw out fifty men, we will draw out the lame number, and let the viâory fidl where it may/ f My lord/ replied the herald, f I will relate to them every thing you have told me.' At thefe words, Chandos left them, and re-turned to the earls of Cambridge and Pembroke and the other lords, and told them the offer the duke of Bourbon had fent them. They were ad-viied not to accept it. Preparations were therefore made for the departure of the army, and to carry olT with them the lady and the gairifon, which had been exceedingly harraflfed by the machines of the enemy. When the appointed day arrived, they ordered their trumpets to found at early morning : upon which every one armed himfelf and d*ew up, both horfe and foot, in order of battle, as if they ex-peeled a combat, with their banners and pennons flying before them. In this manner were they arrayed -, and on this day fir John Montague, ne-phew to the eanl of Salifbory, difplayed his ban-jicr.. They had ordered their trumpets and paia-ffcirls to found very bud 5 and at nine o'clock the •garrifon and madame de Bourbon came out of the caftle of BeUeperchc. They mounted l*er on a jâifiejr êê


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