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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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{taw- fadbrt or 1 h m having btfa go-vernor of Guines. He had embarked at South* amptt» with three hundred men at muss and as many archers, and with them had fafely arrived at Cherbourg. There were in this army Ir Otho de Gno0bn+, and among the EngWh ir John Aubourcf, fir John Orccllej, with other kniçht* and fquircs. On their arrival, they difembarked their horfes and armour, with other ftores, and remaned fome days in Cherbourg to recruit thçtnfelvçs, ^od îp^ke preparations for expeditions and for carrying on fhe war in earneft. . Sir William des Bourdes puzzled himfelf day and night in endeavouring to find out (bine means pf annpying. them. You muft know, that thjçfe two governors laid feveral arabufcades for eacl^ other, but wi$i little effeâ: : for by chance they never met, except ibme few companions, who ad-ventured themfelves fool-hardily, as well ta ac-quire honour as gain : thefe parties frequently at-peked each other : ibmerimes the French won, at others they loft. Such fkirmifhes. continued fo often that fir William des Bourdes marched out one mprning from Montbourg, with his whole forcç, towards * Sir Otho de Gcantfon—was before mentioned, not as an Englifcrnaoj but as one who had an efbte on the other fide of thefea. t Sir John AijboorK* , Ptf it not !je Aubrey. ! t «SWl h^\:..fP*V* W^fi or Horfely. ^ . Cher- m


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