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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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ttinningly got him out of England. It wJuld take too much time to enter into the whole detail of this bufinefs : therefore, I (hall pafs it over. When he was returned to France, the king gave him back his office of mailer ôf the crofs-bows, and fent him to • Abbeville^ as he had before done, to guard that frpntfer, with two hundred laides under his command. All the captains of caftles and towns were ordered to obey him i fuch as.lit John de Berthouilliers governor of Boulogne, fit Henry des Ifles governor of Dieppe* and ' thofe who commanded in the frontier towns of Te* retienne,- St.Xmer, Liques, Fiennes and Mbnt roye, • * • ' • It happened that the lord de Gommegihes, governor of Ardres, and fir John d'Ubrues, col-IcAcd their forces in Ardres, to the amount of about eight hundred lances. They marched, One morning early, well mounted) towards Boulogne, to fee if they fhould meet with any adventures. That fame morning, fir John de Berthouilliers, governor of Boulogne, had alfo made an excurflon, with about fixty lances* towards Calais* and with the;fame intent. t On his return, he( was met by the lord de Gommegines and his party, who imme-diately charged the French, and overthrew them, fo that their captain faved himfelf with great diffi-culty, but loft fourteen of hit lancemeri. The lord de Gommegines, after the purfuit, returned to Ardres. - The mafter of the crofs-bows this day.made.a S n mufter


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