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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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worth*, who always objected to what others pro-posed, and faid they only wafted their time in thefe expedidons, arid wore dawn and fatijgued the men without doing any thing efiential, mt making any conqoeft. This knight, who commanded a large force, and had fome able men at arms with him, left the others. Sir Robert Knolles and fir Aleyne Boxhull, however kept together, and were quartered pretty near to Mans. Sir Thomas Grantfon, fir Gilbert Gilford, fir Geoffry Worflcy, and fir William NevtHe, were quartered a good day's march in the rear. When fir Robert Knolles and fir Aleyne Box- ( hull heard that the conftable of France and the lord de ' Cliflbn wore come into thofe parts, they were much rejoiced, and faid, € It will be well for us to colled our forces more together, and poft ourfelves to our advantage in this country ; for fir Bertrand, in the novelty of office, is certainly come to look at us, and he would not have been happy if he had not made this expedition. We have already rode through the realm of France without meeting with any hindrance. Let us in-form fir Hugh Calverly (who is at Saumur on the Loire), and fir Robert Cheney, fir Robert Bri-quet, and the other captains of companies • who • Sir John Menftreworth. Froiflart calls him Maifirurdc. I have followed Earnea, who adds that he was a traitor, fold to the French, and. having embezzled large funis defined for the pay of the army, was afraid to be called to an account for them. are ill


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