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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
page 272



giufter o£ Ms forces: he hid with him'a great NUMBER oft.men at amis from". Artois, Yermandois* and from that: neighbourhood : in all, upwards of thiee hundfcd lances. The count de St. Pol, who had lately come m Fiatfdyftem Mis dfattcs in .Lorraine, Was on Ms wad tp fulfil a pilgrimage to .our Lady of Boulogne t In was informed on Ms way* that the mafter of the ejpfa-bkws was aboni to undertake an epeurimi, which made * him wifh to be of the patty : they theiftfcirc rode together awl advanced before Ardrcs* where they remained drawn up for fome time*, but they, knew nothing of the Englifh being abroad, nor the Englifh of them. - ,A$gc the Stench had. continued fount mit he&r* Ardre», and law that K»e attempted tç felly from; the tawo* they began their retreat to-* ward$ the afcbcy of Liques* No fboncr had they matched aa»y than an Englifhman privately left the place, and node through lanes and crefs*noadt (lor he knew the country well) until be met the lord, dc Gomntegines and his party returning tq Anhtfe.. who* when herlcmm the expedition of #e French, flowly advanced with his mo* ina compafrbody.. m Whe»the Frenchhad paflcd Tournehem, haying alfo, had intelligence of the Engkfjh being abroad under the conuhand of tzfae gpveraoit of Arches, they immediately marched,. towards them, and placed an ambufcade in a coppice, above Liques, «f three hundred lances, of which fir Hugh-de J . t Châtillon 480


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