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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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*otthtry*w*RE FO MMCH AST^HF)4 tQ*^ fpfince for , Ms gallantry at home »«1 throad* that they ehee*. -filly jfèj|^4 Id fcU req^dfti the king firft* |hçn Jits childtetf* iwd ftfterw4 tlse kc4s çf pngkw|. The prince put them upon their oathx ard made them flgn an4 ft^ to obferve this ^royagernent be-fore they feparated. Mattery being thu? folded THE king, ^he prince, the duke of kancafter» the earl* of Cambridge, Sa» lifoury, Warwick, Arundel^ Suffolk, and Stafford, THE lord Defpenfer (who ^m, bpt lately returned from lwnbvdy), the lorcfc Percy,; Neville, Roas, de la Warre, and all the principal, barons of Eng-*-land, witfr aLbçut three thoufand lances and ten ihoufand archf »*j arrived at Southampton, when they embarked on board the fleet, which was the largeft that ever a king of England failed with on ANY expedition whatever. They fteered for la Rochelle, coafting Nor-mandy and Brittany, and had various winds. • The king of France, in the mean time, was collecting . a great army in Poitou», to maintain his pretcar fions to Thouars j fo that the whole country was • full of foldiers. The Gafcons, m the other hapd, were .as a&ively employed in *aifir\g men under the command of the lord Archibald de GraiUy, . uncle to the captai de Buch, who had come for-ward at the entreaties of fir Thomas Fêlton, féné- * fcW of Bourdeaux : they amounted to full three * My MS. (ky$, c four thoufand area at arms and twenty thoufend archers.' hundred


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