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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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. l6f gift bnAbi' -'It' wis Ihilf and longi tat the Eeglftj if'lit, were defeated! touring upwtrdf. of fottt- hundred tfcàd on the field. Edmund was fbteedfoAft «therwif* he mutt have titeii flab or taken*' Hfe efcaped With gfêit difficulty and lived himfelf in a handfome cattle, called Comet, "fits-ated it tiiè diftaftce of téo langues front ' the place Where the battle had been foughtj and which he had beforehand provided with every thing necef-faff for fuch a fortrefs. " * After thit defeat, Evan, having cûikétal his army, and heârthg that Edmund had recreated into Cornet éaftlé, advanced thither, and invefted it clofefy, giving frequent afiaults ; but the caftte-was fttong and Wêi provided with artillery^ fa flfat the French téuld not gain it. * It wife during the time of this Ifegt the iinforai- nate defeat and capture of the earl of Pembroke and firKtaifcard d'Angle happened be&rt la Ro-chelle* which has been juft related. . - . . * The kifcg of France, when hé heard of the lie-édif the Spaniards, was exceedingly rejoiced, afid paid môré attention ever to: the affim of Poitoii; 4for he thought peîààpt lightly c&caglt, Étirt ïftMÊtt^^ fèdi dtfeâb, theories* and principal towns would wil-lingly furrender to him. He therefore determined, with the advice of his council, to fend the con-ftabte and all his men at arms into Poitou, Sain-tongeand the' kochellois, in order to carry on the mplr mop brifldy by fca and land, whilft the;


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