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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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•'dés 'lion as JhâYÎAg d5hé him great fefrvice. He fent 4mn»ediate ' orders to the: governor of St. Omer, commanding the town bf Ardres to be reinforced *Ihd provided with every kind of ftore and provi-Sori in - the tûéÊ AMPLE manner: which order* were 'pun&uall'y obeyed. • The* army was dtfoanded, except the troops whicK! were atàttlied1 to fee lord de Cliflbn and the Èrëfcofos ; but they i*tùrned as fpeèdily as they could into Brittany^ for news had been brought to •thé lord de Cliflbn and the other barons before Ar--dres, diat Jancquin fc Cfcrc*, an Englifli fquireand ta etpert man at artns, had failed from England to Brittany, and had reinforced Breft with Engiilh-SKeti. ' Thefe Bretoris, therefore, carried with them fit* James de Vcrehin, fénéfehal of Hainault. ' The duke of Hurgimdy returned to his brother the king •of franc*. 1 " • : .'" At this period, there was a large body of men at aims aficmbled on the borders of the Bourdelois, in obedience to the fummons of the duke of Anjou and the conftable of France, who had appointed a day for attacking the Gafcons and Englifh, of which I {halt fpeak more fully when better informed that I am at prefent. * • - • Whilft the duke of Burgundy Wai with his army in Pkardy,' as I have before faid, the duke of • Janeqain le Clerc*r~I imagine to be fir John Clark, of whom Hollingihed {peaks fo handfomely in the 3d of Richard ÎI. and who was killed in a battle at a fca port in Brittany.—Sec Hollingihed. Anjou


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