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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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mo The loid du Chin replied s c Pair fon, " ym fay Well : order out our horfes* and difplay my ban-ner/ Sir John de Bueil rejoined 5 1 Gentlemen* you ihall not go without my company : but I would advife ym to aâ more deliberately in this bufinefs % for peradventure they may be men at arms lightly ' i whop the marflials or m fiable may have lent hither to draw us out of out fortrefs* and our folly may turn out to our lofs/ The lord de Bourftcrs Cud 1 ' r If you will adopt my pfa% we wH go and fight them, and that as ipeedily as may be * for whatever toay happen, I am determined to da fo/ On laying this, he FIXED on his helmet and tightened his armour, AND then fallied forth with about one hundred and twenty; combatants. • The £nglifti werf About fouricore, part of die troop of fir Hugh Cal-vcrley, though fir Hugh himfcif had remained with the duke of Lancafter ; there were as many as fix knights and other fquircs, who had advanced to revenge the deaths of their companions* On the French coming out at the gate they met the Englifh, who lowering their fpears, vigorowfly attacked them :• they opened thteir • ranks, when the Englifh galloped quite throf^b'^ thia-caufed fo gfeat a DUFT that they could fcareely dittin-guifh each other. The French foon formed again, and fho.uted their cry of Notfe Datae Ri-bemont ! ' Many a man wm urçhorfed on both fides. The lord da Chin fought with a kaden mace, with which he fmafhed every helmet that came within


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