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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 347



ing.tljpir country, ;ra?ing their cafties, killing and ianfoming the inhabitants : that the time was now-arrived when they might revenge themfelves for all thpfe disgraces ; m- king Edward was deceafcd, who had been fp. .fuccefsful aga^nfl: them, and a young king was now on the throne. -.. t The borons of «Scodand and.the young knights prefeat, being defigojis of advancing themfelves and revenging the injuries which, theJEnglilh hfc| formerly done to their country, repligjd unarji-njoyfly, that they^were willing and p,ref#red.to in-vade England, either to-day ror tprmorrow, or. w|ie^cver he pleafed. v _ u ^ ; ,., •\ This anfwer was very agreeable, to the king of Scotjaod, whorre;turned THEM his, thanks for IT. T . :Fq^r earls were appointed captains of men at ajms gamely,, the car J of Douglas, the çarl oi Moray,, the earl of Mar and the ' earl of Suther-land J" Tit Archibald Douglas conftable of Scot-land, and fir Robeir de Verft* marfhâl of the. whole army. " 1 , Summons were immediately ifTued for the af~ fembling of the forces by a certain,day in the Merfe, which is the country-bordering on England. Whilft this fummons was obeying, a valiant lquire of .Scotland, named Alexander Ramfay, fet off with forty men from his company, determined to perform a gallant ejiterprize. They were ail well mounted, and, having rode the whole night through bye roads, came to Berwick nearly at day-break. * • Sir Robert de Verfi. • A fquire * 335


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