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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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'Sir Wliifni des Bourdes wis -mille prt&ner QB • good terms by a fquire from Hainault, called Wiir limn def Beautieu, an able man at arms, who for a • considerable time had been attached to the Englifli in the. caftle of Calais : to him fir William furren* déred in great grief, and much enraged that the Victory was not his. ;: ; The Englifti that day did much harm to the French. • Several were made prifoners towards the end of the engagement; but it was a pity to fee the ^ numbers killed. When the Eagftk it«d ftrtpped the dead, fir ' John Harleftone and his men returned to Cher-bourg, carrying with them their prifoners and their riches. You may be aflured that they re-joiced rpightily in the fuccefs of this day* which God had given to them. Sir William des Bourdes was feafted and entertained with every poffible at-lemioaj for HE was per-fcbflly. ddf rwftg of WHU^ . «ver oç^d be done for him; " . • ; , T\m df%l;t#ok pfeçe4 between Mo^thqurg and •Gtiffbcprg, the. "day p£ StMmm b.frmlkmt When the king of France • heard that the gaff . lifon of Montbourg fnd t i$ governor were either /Sain or made prifoner*, and that the country wa^s much alarmed by this M"çat, the. Ijipg, like one WeH advifed and aftseativç to Jus aâfairç, immedi-ately provided a remedy,. by fc^ifg, without delay, frefh troops to g^wd the frumpfsy the fori-re(ft$; -.apd the country mmé, Cherbourg. Sir Hu^adf BrcpipUes was ^ppoin^ givrai, of thefe \ \ 1 - troops SOI


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